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The AN10B Novi Čeminac-Jagodnjačka strana site – the periphery of a Roman settlement in the Baranja region

Ana Đukić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-5826-3725


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Abstract

The archaeological site of AN10B Novi Čeminac-
Jagodnjačka strana can be characterized as the
periphery of a Roman settlement dated to the
1st century which was located somewhere in the
vicinity, probably on the neighbouring site of
AN10A Novi Čeminac-Jauhov salaš. Apart from
waste pits that contained Roman pottery and the
remains of building material, the site also yielded
a pit that, based on the find of a ceramic smoking
pipe, can be dated to the 19th century.

Keywords

Classical Antiquity, Roman pottery, 1st century, 19th century, ceramic pipe

Hrčak ID:

192004

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/192004

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