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Excavations and geophysical prospection of the Iron Age and Roman period site at Sisak–Pogorelac position (2012–2017)

Ivan Drnić ; Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu
Stefan Groh ; Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut

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As a result of recent excavations and geophysical magnetic prospecting
at the Sisak-Pogorelac position, conducted in the period
between 2012 and 2017, important new insights into the history
of the Iron Age and Roman settlement in present-day Sisak can
be gained. It features a complex diachronic settlement activity
with buildings with different orientations and layouts. Burial
activity from the Late Roman period has also been detected at
the site. The synthesis of trenching and prospection has given us
a picture of utilization of the north-eastern part of the Pogorelac
‘peninsula’ from the period of the Early and Late Iron Age
(8th(?)/6th– 1st century BC) and also the Roman period. In the northwestern
part of the area researched, the Iron Age settlement is
partially superimposed with the remains of a 2nd – 3rd century Roman
layer with remains of wooden architecture and a Late Roman
cemetery, dated to a period from the end of the 3rd century
AD to the first half of the 5th. Furthermore, in the central part of
the area surveyed, a building activity with strip houses from the
Roman period is possible, while in the southern part a scattered
settlement can be recognized. Due to a lack of excavation, exact
dates for the strip houses in the central area and the scattered
structures in the south for now remain unknown.

Ključne riječi

Sisak, Segestica, Siscia, excavations, geophysical survey, Iron Age settlement, Roman-period settlement structures, Late Roman cemetery

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