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Nadin (Nedinum): spatial concept of the Liburnian necropolis

Sineva Kukoč
Martina Čelhar ; Sveučilište u Zadru,Odjel za arheologiju

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Puni tekst: engleski pdf 28.166 Kb

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Systematic archaeological excavations at the large
necropolis at the foot of Nedinum, the Liburnian-
Roman settlement at Gradina in today’s Nadin, near
Zadar, have yielded new data important in terms of
quality for the analysis of the spatiality of the Liburnian
necropolis. Part of the planned Roman “roadside”
necropolis and part of the older Liburnian “flat”
necropolis have been unearthed. Since the Roman necropolis
was set up above the Liburnian one, their spatial
(cultural) interaction can be observed. The procedure
of Liburnian articulation of space around graves
has been documented, and for the first time the complexity
of the contact and demarcation between grave
plots and massive volumes (enclosure walls) has been
ascertained among the Liburnians. From the very beginning,
during the 7th century BC, and onward, the
space of the Liburnian necropolis was rooted in the
“grid” structure of rectangular grave plots and it aspired
to regularity and order in the whole and parts
thereof (graves, sets of graves). This paper compendiously
covers the spatial changes in both necropolises,
but primarily the Liburnian one.

Ključne riječi

Nadin, flat necropolis, Liburnians, Iron Age, Antiquity, planimetry, grave architecture

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