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Cibalae as the most western point of Gepidic kingdom / Rapan Papeša, Anita ; Roksandić, Danijela.

By: Rapan Papeša, Anita.
Contributor(s): Roksandić, Danijela [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Cibalae as the most western point of Gepidic kingdom [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Cibalae, late Antiquity, Gepids, continuity In: Kollaps – Neuordnung – Kontinuitäten Das Theissgebiet nach dem Untergang des Hunnenreiches (2017)Summary: According to historical sources during second Gepidic occupation of Pannonia Secunda, along with capital Sirmium, Cibalae was second most important stronghold, the most western one. Finds of urban degradation, new types of dwellings and intra muros burials, along with continuity in pottery workshops proves the life continuity in 5th and 6th century. This paper presents general picture of historical and archaeological sources with emphasis on some small finds and selected pottery types.
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According to historical sources during second Gepidic occupation of Pannonia Secunda, along with capital Sirmium, Cibalae was second most important stronghold, the most western one. Finds of urban degradation, new types of dwellings and intra muros burials, along with continuity in pottery workshops proves the life continuity in 5th and 6th century. This paper presents general picture of historical and archaeological sources with emphasis on some small finds and selected pottery types.

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