Inštitut za arheologijo ZRC SAZU
ARHEOLOŠKI VESTNIK 56, 2005
Martina KNAVS and Miha MLINAR
Bronze Age pottery from Turjeva jama in the Nadia Valley
The article discusses the Bronze Age pottery material from the site of Turjeva jama (= Turjeva Cave) in the Nadia River valley. The pottery fragments collected on the ground surface of the cave were donated to the museum in Tolmin by Aleksander Lavrenčič.
The pottery was compared both with the material from nearby Bronze Age sites, as well as that from the distant site of Oloris near Dolnji Lakoš, and numerous similarities in type and form were noted. The material from Turjeva jama can be assigned to the period between the 14th and 11th centuries BC.
Keywords:Turjeva jama, Bronze Age, pottery
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