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Kasnolatenski ratnički grob iz Malog Bilača (Požeška kotlina, Hrvatska) / Dizdar, Marko ; Potrebica, Hrvoje.

By: Dizdar, Marko.
Contributor(s): Potrebica, Hrvoje [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 355-376 str.ISBN: 9789612547028.Other title: Late La Tène warrior grave from Mali Bilač (Požega valley, Croatia) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Northern Croatia, Požega Valley, Late Iron Age, LT D1, graves, weaponry, bronze vessels, pottery, warrior elite, identities hrv | rthern Croatia, Požega Valley, Late Iron Age, LT D1, graves, weaponry, bronze vessels, pottery, warrior elite, identities eng In: Studia Praehistorica in Honorem Janez Dular str. 355-376Tecco Hvala, SnežanaSummary: The village of Mali Bilač, situated on the north-western slopes of Mount Dilj, yielded weapons and other metal objects, as well as ceramic vessels that probably represent the goods of a double warrior grave. The metal finds, more precisely swords and scabbards, a shield boss, a fibula and fragments of bronze vessels, enabled us to date the grave to the first part of the Late La Tène period, i.e. LT D1, but also aid in determining the the position of the site within the communications network. The finds from Mali Bilač have close analogies in those from the cemeteries of the Scordisci. The weaponry suggests that the burial was that of prominent warriors who displayed their status through prestige goods, which include bronze vessels.
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The village of Mali Bilač, situated on the north-western slopes of Mount Dilj, yielded weapons and other metal objects, as well as ceramic vessels that probably represent the goods of a double warrior grave. The metal finds, more precisely swords and scabbards, a shield boss, a fibula and fragments of bronze vessels, enabled us to date the grave to the first part of the Late La Tène period, i.e. LT D1, but also aid in determining the the position of the site within the communications network. The finds from Mali Bilač have close analogies in those from the cemeteries of the Scordisci. The weaponry suggests that the burial was that of prominent warriors who displayed their status through prestige goods, which include bronze vessels.

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