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Geo-pedological and climatic impact on the distribution and organization of Neolithic settlements in Eastern Croatia (Western Syrmia) / Burić, Marcel ; Težak-Gregl, Tihomila.

By: Burić, Marcel.
Contributor(s): Težak-Gregl, Tihomila [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 337-346.ISSN: 1408-967X.Other title: Geo-pedological and climatic impact on the distribution and organization of Neolithic settlements in Eastern Croatia (Western Syrmia) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Eastern Croatia ; Neolithic ; loess ; ravines ; settlements hrv | Eastern Croatia ; Neolithic ; loess ; ravines ; settlements engOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online In: Documenta Praehistorica 36 (2009), str. 337-346Summary: The work analyzes a sampling of settlement patterns in the extreme eastern periphery of Croatia during the prehistoric period. The layout of present-day settlements from Vukovar to Ilok and the local, very specific relief indicate a degree of mutual interaction. The combination of a series of components such as deep ravines (known locally as surduk) and high loess terraces indicates a unique structure which has been apparent from prehistory to the most recent history.
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The work analyzes a sampling of settlement patterns in the extreme eastern periphery of Croatia during the prehistoric period. The layout of present-day settlements from Vukovar to Ilok and the local, very specific relief indicate a degree of mutual interaction. The combination of a series of components such as deep ravines (known locally as surduk) and high loess terraces indicates a unique structure which has been apparent from prehistory to the most recent history.

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