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Research results from Ilok – Krstbajer site

Siniša Krznar orcid id ; Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Andrea Rimpf orcid id ; Muzej grada Iloka, Ilok, Hrvatska

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The Ilok ‒ Krstbajer site is located in the eastern part of the town, about 200 m from the border crossing between Ilok (Croatia) and Bačka Palanka (Serbia). The site was partially destroyed during the exploitation of sand for the construction purposes in 2011, so Ilok Municipal Museum in cooperation with the Institute of Archaeology carried out the rescue archaeological excavation. Between 2015 and 2017 three research seasons were conducted. The excavated area covers approximately 84 m2. Within this area, 188 graves and part of prehistoric (Sopot) object were explored. The archaeological context, artefacts and 14C analysis date the use of the cemetery between the end of 12th and the transition from the 15th to the 16th century. These burials most probably belong to the parish cemetery around the church of St. Helen the Queen.

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Ilok; Syrmia; Neolithic; Sopot culture; Middle Ages; early Modern period; cemetery

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