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Late Roman disposal pit (SU 19/20) from Glagoljaška 16 site in Vinkovci (Eastern Croatia) / Danijela Roksandić.

By: Roksandić, Danijela.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Late Roman disposal pit (SU 19/20) from Glagoljaška 16 site in Vinkovci (Eastern Croatia) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Late Roman, Disposal pit In: Studia universitatis hereditati, Znanstvena revija za raziskave in teorijo kulturne dediščine, Letnik 5, številka 1 (2017)Summary: Pit (SU 19/20), contained in Late Roman layer, is isolated and analysed in this paper. It is an enclosed unit, contains pottery fragments of coarse and fine texture, a double-row bone comb, stone and iron tools, and animal bones. A special emphasis is put on pottery fragments, which have not been studied so far, nor have they been typologically determined. Aside from typical Roman provincial pottery, ceramic material that belongs to 5th and 6th century is found and can be linked to migrations of Germanic tribes in this area. Osteological analysis confirms that all bone samples from analysed pit are animal in origin, and are food remains: twenty seven bone, and three dental samples belong to cattle, pigs and small remunants-sheep or goat. The pit could be used for waste disposal and probably belongs to the late antique wooden building nearby.
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Pit (SU 19/20), contained in Late Roman layer, is isolated and analysed in this paper. It is an enclosed unit, contains pottery fragments of coarse and fine texture, a double-row bone comb, stone and iron tools, and animal bones. A special emphasis is put on pottery fragments, which have not been studied so far, nor have they been typologically determined. Aside from typical Roman provincial pottery, ceramic material that belongs to 5th and 6th century is found and can be linked to migrations of Germanic tribes in this area. Osteological analysis confirms that all bone samples from analysed pit are animal in origin, and are food remains: twenty seven bone, and three dental samples belong to cattle, pigs and small remunants-sheep or goat. The pit could be used for waste disposal and probably belongs to the late antique wooden building nearby.

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