In my thesis I discussed intentional site burial as a mean of archaeological sites in situ protection. I shortly introduced general in situ protection of archaeological sites specifically focusing on intentional site burials. I presented information required before deciding on such type of protection, the importance of environmental conditions (water, salt, temperature, redox potential, pH and microorganisms) and degradation of various materials under different conditions. Through data gained from already conducted research I exposed the need for mentioned collected data and its usefulness in case of embankment planning for archaeological sites in situ protection. I also presented three research projects from the United States of America. All three focus on the damage caused to archaeological remains due to the additional load of the ground. I also presented Lidija Avsenik thesis Protection of Archaeological Sites by Intentional Burial. Her research included computer simulations of ground and archaeological finds deformations caused by different loads with or without protective embankment. As a real example of additional load effects on the archaeological remains I briefly presented excavations on Njegoševa cesta in Ljubljana. For comparison between damage on archaeological remains caused by the weight-load below the road and the weight-load below the pavement I used archaeological feature characteristics and bone damage. In the conclusions I stated general findings of presented studies. Above all stands the fact that this is a very complex form of in situ archaeological site protection and that the consequences of intentional burial of the archaeological site are due to the large number of variables not yet completely clear. That is why my study does not offer conclusive answers as further research of burial as a long term in situ archaeological site protection is required.