APA 6th Edition Katavić, V., Sunko Katavić, A. & Jerončić, T. (2015). Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači. Tusculum, 8 (1), 79-102. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900
MLA 8th Edition Katavić, Vedran, et al. "Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači." Tusculum, vol. 8, no. 1, 2015, pp. 79-102. https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900. Accessed 19 Jun. 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Katavić, Vedran, Ana Sunko Katavić and Tomislav Jerončić. "Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači." Tusculum 8, no. 1 (2015): 79-102. https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900
Harvard Katavić, V., Sunko Katavić, A., and Jerončić, T. (2015). 'Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači', Tusculum, 8(1), pp. 79-102. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900 (Accessed 19 June 2021)
Vancouver Katavić V, Sunko Katavić A, Jerončić T. Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači. Tusculum [Internet]. 2015 [cited 2021 June 19];8(1):79-102. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900
IEEE V. Katavić, A. Sunko Katavić and T. Jerončić, "Zaštitna arheološka istraživanja rimskoga gospodarsko-ladanjskog kompleksa u Dujmovači", Tusculum, vol.8, no. 1, pp. 79-102, 2015. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/148900. [Accessed: 19 June 2021]
Abstracts During the archaeological excavations at the Dujmovača – Zagorski put site, of around 400 m2 in area, established are remains of Roman architecture and multilayer stratigraphic relations. Most part of the artefacts belong to the Roman stages of development of this part of the ager of Salona. Some immobile artefacts indicate medieval origin, however there are no significant and chronologically more precise mobile artefacts originating from that period of time. The excavated Roman architecture remains are preserved at the level of their walls and wall foundations, canal systems, floors and floorings, belonging to buildings consisting of larger numbers of rooms. Since the found walls spread out of the excavated areas, some of the rooms, especially those in the western part, have not been fully defined. The excavated rooms most probably belong to the south-easternmost part of a much larger family-economy complex. The assumed purpose of the rooms indicates their thermal character. From the construction methods and techniques, the relations between the excavated walls and floorings of particular rooms, and first of all the datable mobile artefacts, it may be concluded that the excavated complex was developed in the mid 1st century, and was functional till the early 5th century. Some dry stone separation interventions in the third room, as well as the found 5th century coins indicate an even longer period of utilisation of this part of the complex. To this Classical architectural complex also belong excavated single graves of an assumed nearby necropolis. The graves indicate proximity
of an important communication, as one of numerous natural conditions suitable for occurrence of a Roman complex.