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Pronalazak rijetkog isejskog brončanog novca na gradini Grad u Nakovani (Pelješac)

Ivan Pamić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-0639-9502
Paolo Visonà ; University of Kentucky, School of Art and Visual Studies


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Sažetak

A rare Issaean bronze coin was found in 2019 by
Ivan Pamić, an avocational archaeologist, at Grad
(Nakovana), an Illyrian hillfort near the western tip
of the Pelješac Peninsula, in south-central Dalmatia.
Only three other examples of this issue, which
were struck by the same pair of dies, were previously
known in museum collections in Venice, Vienna, and Split. A major stronghold located at the intersection of
two of the primary sea lanes in the Dalmatian Archipelago,
and within sight of the islands of Vis, Hvar,
and Korčula, Grad was linked to regional and Mediterranean
trade networks. As the first documented
find of Issaean currency inside an Illyrian hillfort, the
discovery of this coin corroborates the evidence from
nearby Nakovana Cave (Spila), which has yielded
a large quantity of pottery made at Issa. It points to
direct social and economic contacts between the Issaeans
and the occupants of the hillfort in the late Hellenistic
period.

Ključne riječi

novac, Issa, Iliri, gradina, Spila kod Nakovane, Spila, helenističko razdoblje, keramika tipa Gnathia, grčka kolonizacija Jadrana, Pelješac, Ivan Pamić

Hrčak ID:

234758

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/234758

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