Larisa Ciobanu, Lilia Dergaciova. Jewelleries of the late Roman period originating from the Prut-Dniester region

In the article of hand we presents ten jewelleries from a private collection: gold bucket-shaped pendant, five gold and four silver earrings. Category of archaeological artifacts represents the rare discoveries at sites dating from the late Roman period. It is important to note that such jewelleries (crafted in bronze especially) have been reported in the …

Vitalii Rud’. Results of field investigations of the Trypillia culture settlement of Het’manivka I (right bank of the Southern Bug)

In the article the author is published the materials from fieldwork of 2014 on Trypillia site of Het’manivka І, which is located on the right bank of the middle reaches of the Southern Bug. Two buildings with unique interior details (a clay platform on the ground floor and oven hearth) were investigated on the settlement. …

Serghei Covalenco, Serghei Bodean, Veacheslav Bikbaev. Flint Artifacts from Excavations Early Tripolye Settlement of Rogojeni I in 2013

The article is devoted to the flint artifacts early Tripolye settlement Rogojeni I (Precucuteni II), collected in the course of excavations in 2013. Special attention is drawn to the widespread use of the technique by pressure blades produced from conical cores, unlike the technique of striking for massive flakes from flattened cores. The two alternative …

Silviu Oţa, Liana Oţa, Gheorghe Niculescu. A few observations about the workshop no. 3 in the fortress of Cladova (comm. Păuliş, Arad County)

The fortress of Cladova, east of the mouth of the creek Cladova in Mureş River, is placed on the top of a hill. The medieval fortress uses an older earth and wood Dacian fortification. Several medieval workshops, a stone church and two superposed cemeteries were found inside the fortress of Cladova. The dating of the …