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Dolina – Glavičice – Research of the tumulus cemetery from the end of the Late Bronze Age

Daria Ložnjak Dizdar orcid id ; Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Marko Dizdar orcid id ; Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Marija Mihaljević ; Gradski muzej Nova Gradiška, Nova Gradiška, Hrvatska

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During the archaeological excavations carried out in 2017 tumulus 10 was excavated at the site Glavičice in Dolina. The upper grave in Tumulus 10 was plundered in the past (Fig. 3). The results of the research confirmed the assumption that the structure of each tumulus flowed independently and only in adjacent tumuli, according to the present knowledge, traces of collective memory and established tradition can be expected. Since only a small part of the community living in a settlement situated at the site Babine Grede were buried under the tumuli, it is not excluded that tumuli were constructed for a longer period. The recognizable chronological difference, proved by type-chronological analysis, indicates a range of 80–100 years in burials under the tumuli. In addition to the chronological difference, one may also have to account for a different position of the deceased who were buried under the tumuli, that is, it could be related to family or other social affiliation.

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Dolina, cemetery, tumuli, Late Bronze Age, Sava Valley

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