APA 6th Edition Dizdar, M. (2007). Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine. Annales Instituti Archaeologici, III (1), 34-37. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231
MLA 8th Edition Dizdar, Marko. "Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine." Annales Instituti Archaeologici, vol. III, br. 1, 2007, str. 34-37. https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231. Citirano 15.07.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Dizdar, Marko. "Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine." Annales Instituti Archaeologici III, br. 1 (2007): 34-37. https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231
Harvard Dizdar, M. (2007). 'Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine', Annales Instituti Archaeologici, III(1), str. 34-37. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231 (Datum pristupa: 15.07.2020.)
Vancouver Dizdar M. Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine. Annales Instituti Archaeologici [Internet]. 2007 [pristupljeno 15.07.2020.];III(1):34-37. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231
IEEE M. Dizdar, "Rezultati istraživanja groblja na Velikom polju u Zvonimirovu 2006. godine", Annales Instituti Archaeologici, vol.III, br. 1, str. 34-37, 2007. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/13231. [Citirano: 15.07.2020.]
Sažetak The research carried out in 2006 was dedicated to the remaining, most northern part of the uplift which stretches between the present-day road Zvonimirovo-Gačište and the orchard (Fig.1.). On the occasion of the road construction, the northern edge of the hill had been nivellated, while on its south side a channel for downfalls had been dug out and today it represents the north border of the site. In the excavations, 2 graves from the La Tène culture (LT 66 and LT 67) with burnt remains of the deceased placed into rectangular pits with rounded edges have been documented.
The grave LT 66, in which a long spear in the shape of a willow leaf with the middle rib emphasized and a short sub is enclosed, confirms earlier assumptions on a larger number of spearmen’s graves on the southern, recent part of the cemetery.
In the grave LT 67, cremated remains of a woman were buried, with a costume and ceramic pottery enclosed (Fig. 2.). Belonging to the characteristic female costume from the period LT C2, an iron chain belt, two iron fibulae of the Middle La Tene scheme and a small bronze fibula of the Middle La Tene scheme with two marbles were found. There was also a larger bronze fibula of the Middle La Tène scheme in the grave, which by the end of the longer of two wrapped foots has a larger marble ornamented with palmettes, straightened on the bottom side. The wrapped foot is attached to the bow by means of a profiled spring, ornamented by a plastic V-motive, while the bow expands towards a spiral composed of eight externally connected whorls (Fig. 3.).
Alike bronze fibulae were found in several other graves in Zvonimirovo, as well as in a grave from Brstje, in which a bronze joint belt was also found. On the fibula from Brstje, a larger profilation in the shape of a palmette is placed between smaller ballshaped thickenings (Pahić 1966, 288, T. 1,7). The grave from Brstje dates from the Mokronog IIa stage (Božić 1987, 874; Božić 1999, 210), while the graves with the same type of fibulae from Zvonimirove are recent, from the LT C2 period. Because of the larger number of finds in closed grave units, this type of bronze fibula of the Middle La Tène scheme may be called the fibula of the Zvonimirovo type, and it is probably the product of some of the workshops of Podravina (Drava region). At the same time, it stands as proof of the interrelatedness of sites in the Slovenian and Central Croatian Drava region and shows that they belong to the same Mokronog group circle.
Of the ceramic enclosures in grave LT 67, a ceramic S-profile bowl and a biconic pot with a narrow neck and a widened edge were found. In the bowl, a small, hand-made kantharos with an omphalos bottom and a knee-shaped handle was also found, which belongs to the group of ceramic pottery manufactured in autochthonous Panonic traditions (Dizdar 2004, 74-77, Fig. 6-7). On the bottom of the grave, a seed half was also discovered, which is not an isolated find, as two hazelnuts were found in the female grave LT 29.