Inštitut za arheologijo ZRC SAZU
ARHEOLOŠKI VESTNIK 69, 2018
Anton VELUŠČEK, Blaž PODPEČAN, Tjaša TOLAR, Borut TOŠKAN, Janez TURK, Maks MERELA, Katarina ČUFAR
Črnelnik and Devce, Newly discovered Copper Age sites at Ljubljansko barje
The article critically discusses interpretations based exclusively on the use of radiocarbon dates in Neolithic and Eneolithic studies in Slovenia.
The article discusses the results of archaeological research at the sites of Črnelnik and Devce at Ljubljansko barje in 2014. These are two newly-discovered sites from the period when Ljubljansko barje was inhabited by pile-dwellers.
Based on interdisciplinary analyses, the pile-dwelling at Črnelnik is assigned to the beginning of the 4th millennium BC. Less data was gathered from the site of Devce, therefore its character cannot yet be determined. It is set in the time between the 4th and 2nd millennia BC.
Keywords: Slovenia, Ljubljansko barje, pile-dwellings, Furchenstich pottery culture, interdisciplinary research
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