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NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EXCAVATIONS AROUND THE FOUNTAIN IN KOLOVARE (ZADAR)

Zdenko Brusić ; Arheološki muzej u Zadru


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Kolovare, an area in the vicinity of Zadar, has a natural spring mentioned in the Middle Age as "ad fontem" of "de fontana" and is also known for its two churches and later lazarettos. From Antiquity there is evidence of a Temple of Apollo the Lycian and of a large late antique necropolis. By recent underwater excavations it has been determined that the port known to have existed at this site in the Middle Ages had, in fact dated from Antiquity. A by-product of the excavations was the discovery of a ceramic relief mould for decorated vessels. Its characteristic decorative motifs and design indicate its function in the production of Hellenistic relief ceramics. The size of the cavity indicates that relief craters would have been imprinted in the mould. Such finds are numerous on Liburnian sites and research to date has supposed that Hellenistic ceramics and relief bowls were brought to the area from workshops in the Manian bay (Resnik near Kaštel Novi) and from Vis. These sites too have revealed many examples of such vessels, inspired by the metal dishes of Athens, Corint and Delos. The discovery of the mould in the antique port in Kolovare tells of the existence of a workshop in Jader (Zadar), which was the most important Liburnian centre.

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114582

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