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Trial Excavation on Ivandvor Site on Motorway Route 5C, 2005
Goranka Lipovac Vrkljan
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In the summer and autumn of 2005, at the invitation of the Cultural Heritage Protection Administration of the Croatian Ministry of Culture, the Institute of Archaeology conducted rescue trial excavations at the Ivandvor site (site number 27) on the planned Beli Manastir−Osijek−Svilaj motorway route (the Đakovo section). In the first phase, highway stretches 62+700 to 62+250 km were excavated. In the aforementioned area longitudinal trial trenches were dug along the main road route axis, as well as on loop roads, the overpass and the access roads. Every fifty meters trenches diagonal to the main longitudinal trenches were dug. According to the first preliminary results it can be stated that at the Ivandvor site, on highway stretches 63+250 to 62+700 km, archaeological finds were found belonging to Roman Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the prehistoric periods. A part of the site between stretches 63+800 to 64+250 was sterile from the archaeological point of view. In stretches 62+700 to 62+250 km, archaeological items and finds were found which form a continuation of the Classical Antiquity finds from the previous stretch in terms of space and time. Based on the first archaeological assumptions at the Ivandvor site, the excavation of the remains of a larger Roman rural settlement from the period of the first centuries AD (first to fourth centuries) can be expected.
Trial Excavation; Ivandvor; 5C; Middle ages; Roman period; Starčevo Culture
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