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Finds from the 8th and 9th centuries at Šarnjak near Šemovec

Luka Bekić

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str. 219-248

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Šarnjak near Šemovec is a multilayered archaeological
site on the banks of the Plitvica River
in the broader Varaždin area. Two small-scale
archaeological campaigns were conducted at
the site in recent years (2006 and 2010), in the
course of which a large number of Late Bronze
Age and Early Iron Age burials, a Roman road,
and burials from the Early Medieval period were
investigated. The paper brings the publication
of newly discovered finds from several pits and
dugout houses dated to the 8th or 9th century.
For the most part, these are finds of pottery that
bear witness to the links between the inhabitants
of Šarnjak and the Slavic peoples to the north.
Noteworthy among the finds is one belt keeper
of Avar provenance – a rare find outside of grave

Ključne riječi

Šarnjak, Early Medieval, dugout houses, settlement, Slavic pottery, eighth and ninth century, Avar belt keeper

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