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Preliminary report on the excavations in Seocka pećina, Montenegro (September 2013)

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Author(s)

  • Marc Vander Linden
  • Gary Marriner
  • David Clive Orton
  • Anne de Vareilles
  • Gligor Daković
  • Nikola Borovinić
  • Dejan Gazivoda
  • Dušan Mihailović
  • Kevan Edinborough

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Publication details

Title of host publicationPalaeolithic and Mesolithic Research in the Central Balkans
DatePublished - 2014
Pages153-158
PublisherSerbian Archaeological Society
Place of PublicationBelgrade
EditorsDušan Mihailović
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)978-86-913229-9-1

Abstract

This paper presents the results of excavations conducted in Sept. 2013 in Seočka pećina, in the near vicinity of the Skadar Lake. A Mesolithic level, dated by radiocarbon to the late 9th – early 8th millennium cal. BC was discovered, in addition to several finds belonging to the Bronze Age. Although spatially limited, these results are important as they provide a first glimpse of the Mesolithic settlement pattern and associated activities in this under-investigated part of Montenegro.

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