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Diadora : glasilo Arheološkog muzeja u Zadru, Vol.29. No.29. Svibanj 2016.

Prethodno priopćenje

Underwater archaeological research at the prehistoric site of Pakoštane -Janice

Luka Bekić   ORCID icon orcid.org/0000-0002-9200-0176 ; Međunarodni centar za podvodnu arheologiju u Zadru, Zadar, Hrvatska
Mladen Pešić   ORCID icon orcid.org/0000-0003-0889-0768 ; Međunarodni centar za podvodnu arheologiju u Zadru, Zadar, Hrvatska
Roman Scholz ; Roemisch-Germanischen Kommission, Frankfurt a. M., Deutschland
Marko Meštrov ; Agencija Han-Vrana, Biograd na Moru, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (11 MB) str. 7-22 preuzimanja: 23* citiraj
APA
Bekić, L., Pešić, M., Scholz, R., Meštrov, M. (2015). Underwater archaeological research at the prehistoric site of Pakoštane -Janice. Diadora : glasilo Arheološkog muzeja u Zadru, 29.(29.), 7-22. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/162395
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (11 MB) str. 7-22 preuzimanja: 81* citiraj
APA
Bekić, L., Pešić, M., Scholz, R., Meštrov, M. (2015). Podvodna arheološka istraživanja na prapovijesnom nalazištu Pakoštane – Janice. Diadora : glasilo Arheološkog muzeja u Zadru, 29.(29.), 7-22. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/162395

Sažetak
The underwater archaeological research of the Roman port in
Janice Cove was carried out in 2004, 2011 and 2012. While the
research was initially focused on the Early Roman port, the interest
of archaeologists soon shifted to the nearby prehistoric site
discovered by Marko Meštrov. In the early phase of the research
on this site, a few locations with a large concentration of surface
finds of potsherds and flint tools were identified. Two 2x1m archaeological trenches were placed at these positions in subsequent
year. Large quantities of potsherds, flint tools and some
bone fragments were found in both trenches, and wooden elements
were found in Trench 1 at a depth of only 10 centimeters.
All these finds could be dated to Neolithic or Eneolithic. The developed
layering of the site and significant quantity of the flint
tools, pottery and organic material collected indicate that the
area had been settled over a long period of time. We still cannot
reliably determine the character of the settlement that used
to be here, but by all accounts it was a pile-dwelling settlement
above shallow water. In any case, only a small number of prehistoric
settlements submerged as a result of sea-level changes
have been found in Croatia so far and their research has been
very scarce.

Ključne riječi
Pakoštane – Janice; prehistoric site; pottery; flint tools; Neolithic; Eneolithic; pile-dwelling settlement

Hrčak ID: 162395

URI
http://hrcak.srce.hr/162395

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