APA 6th Edition Tomičić, Ž., Jelinčić, K., Turkalj, K. & Mahović, G. (2009). Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.. Annales Instituti Archaeologici, V (1), 58-64. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392
MLA 8th Edition Tomičić, Željko, et al. "Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.." Annales Instituti Archaeologici, vol. V, no. 1, 2009, pp. 58-64. https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392. Accessed 25 Jun. 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Tomičić, Željko, Kristina Jelinčić, Kristina Turkalj and Gordana Mahović. "Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.." Annales Instituti Archaeologici V, no. 1 (2009): 58-64. https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392
Harvard Tomičić, Ž., et al. (2009). 'Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.', Annales Instituti Archaeologici, V(1), pp. 58-64. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392 (Accessed 25 June 2021)
Vancouver Tomičić Ž, Jelinčić K, Turkalj K, Mahović G. Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.. Annales Instituti Archaeologici [Internet]. 2009 [cited 2021 June 25];V(1):58-64. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392
IEEE Ž. Tomičić, K. Jelinčić, K. Turkalj and G. Mahović, "Suhopolje – Kliškovac 2008. g.", Annales Instituti Archaeologici, vol.V, no. 1, pp. 58-64, 2009. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/50392. [Accessed: 25 June 2021]
Abstracts The Institute of Archaeolog y conducted the fourth campaign of systematic archaeological excavations at the Suhopolje-Kliškovac site, lasting one month. The excavations were conducted within the framework of the project of the Ministry of Science, Education and Sport called “Croatia’s Medieval Archaeological Heritage (5th – 17th centuries)”, led by Professor Željko Tomičić Ph.D., and with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia and the Municipal Government Suhopolje. This year’s excavations encompassed a surface of 117 m² in quadrants M 3, L 4, M 4, L 5 and M 5, of which quadrants L/M 4 were examined in 2006 and 2007, and quadrants L/M 5 and M 3 were opened this year. The reason for opening a new surface was to single out the ground plan of the medieval building, southern, eastern and western walls of which were identified during the excavations of 2006 and 2007. A rectangular ground-plan was defined, its western and eastern walls extending in the north-south direction, cut by a railway track. The width of the room (east-west) without walls is 3.5 m, and with walls 5.51 m. The length of the room (north-south) without walls is 3.09 m, and with walls 5.2 m. This year, 34 graves were excavated. First the graves whose fill was defined at the end of the excavations of 2007 were excavated in □ M 4, situated east of the building. In □ L 4, graves were excavated lying within the northern space, and graves in the space to its south. In the southern space, the oldest graves were excavated, i.e. those sunk into sterile soil, which lies under layer SU 003 and was defined as SU 335. It is exceedingly packed, hard and wet sandy earth with a high quantity of oxides. All excavated graves are oriented west-east with heads westwards.
Anthropological remains were sent to the Archaeolog y Department of the Croatian Academy of Science and Arts (HAZU) for a detailed anthropological analysis, which yielded precise details of the sex and age of the deceased, and of any pathological changes in the bones of the deceased. Graves 83, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 84, 85 and 93 are arranged in a single row east of the facility, and at present it is assumed that they are coterminous with the facility. As for the other graves, it is necessary to conduct a parallel analysis of the burials and conduct a C14 analysis. The graves that were crosscut by walls or that lay at the bottom of the wall’s imprint in the soil are older than the facility. In quadrants L/M 5, north of the impression left by the north wall in the ground, under a layer of recent humus, there is a layer designated as SU 138 in which, apart from the impression of the north wall SU 196, several closed complexes were sunken as well. Some were made during demolition of the structure, like the impression of the wall, while others were probably geologically filled. Under layer SU 138 in □ M/L 5 there is a layer, SU 002, in which the pit-dwelling SU 248 was sunken with a serious of smaller pillars surrounding it. The pit-dwelling is rather shallow (or it has been preserved by ploughing), with an irregular, triangularly shaped ground-plan. Along the southern margin there is a structure – fireplace SU 252. In the fill there are fragments of brick and soot particles, as well as tiny fragments of medieval pottery. This facility confirms the assumption that there was a settlement here; (it can be dated from the middle of the thirteenth to fourteenth centuries according to C14 analysis, conducted in the BETA laboratory, Florida).