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Publications Journal „Tyragetia"   vol. IV [XIX], nr. 1

Archaeological research in the north-eastern part of the Horodca Mare site, Ialoveni district, field season 2008
ISSN 1857-0240
E-ISSN 2537-6330

Archaeological research in the north-eastern part of the Horodca Mare site, Ialoveni district, field season 2008

Tyragetia, serie nouă, vol. IV [XIX], nr. 1, Arheologie. Istorie Antică

The field season 2008 archaeological investigation has been carried out in the north-eastern part of the Horodca Mare site, Ialoveni District, called „La Cetate”. The stratigraphical analysis revealed cultural layers as follows: the antique layer (it is represented by Getic pottery, one piece of Greek amphora, and a fragment of black-lacquered pottery), and the Eneolithic layer (containing artifacts of the Cucuteni-Tripolie Culture). Statistical analysis supports the obtained results. The discovered archaeological artifacts from the site do not indicate any archaeological complexes. The composition of the discoveries is similar to finds from the central part of the settlement, excavated during the field season 2007.

List of illustrations:
Tab. 1. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Discoveries statistics. Layer I. A1-A11.
Tab. 2. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Discoveries statistics. Layer I. B1-F1.
Tab. 3. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Discoveries statistics. Layer II. A1-A11.
Tab. 4. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Discoveries statistics. Layer II. B1-F1.
Tab. 5. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Discoveries statistics. Layer III. A1-A11.
Fig. 1. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer I. A1-A6.
Fig. 2. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer I. A7-A11.
Fig. 3. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer II. A1-A6.
Fig. 4. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer II. A7-A11.
Fig. 5. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer III. A1-A6.
Fig. 6. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer III. A7-A11.
Fig. 7. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Plan and profile. Layer I-II. B1-F1.
Fig. 8. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Cucuteni ceramics discovered in section II.
Fig. 9. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Ceramics discovered in section II.
Fig. 10. Horodca Mare 2008. S II. Inventory pieces (photo): 1 - head of burned flint arrow; 2 - head of flint arrow; 3 - fragment of processed bone; 4 - metal object.


 

 


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Abolition of Autonomy. Bessarabia – a New Tsarist Colony
Period of Relative Autonomy of Bessarabia within the Russian Empire
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