Cercetări Arheologice 21, 2014, 371-384
Notă privind un suport specific culturii Boian, faza Vidra, descoperit la Sultana-Ghețărie
Keywords: Eneolithic; Boian culture; Vidra phase; pot stand
During the archaeological campaign of 2012 in the area of the Sultana-Gheţărie flat settlement, Mânăstirea commune, Călăraşi County, Romania, an interesting pit (C 13) was discovered and researched. That complex belonging to the Boian culture, Vidra phase, was a typical pit for these prehistoric communities. The pit contained different archaeological materials (e.g. sherds, animal bones, flint artefacts etc.). To the bottom of the pit, 18 fragments of a ceramic stand were found. They were analysed in technological, typological and functional terms. This type of artefact was particular for prehistoric communities from Vidra phase of Boian culture, and we will also discuss the analogies for it, based on other similar finds in Boian sites in Romania.
How to cite: Vasile Opriș, Cătălin Lazăr, Notă privind un suport specific culturii Boian, faza Vidra, descoperit la Sultana-Ghețărie, Cercetări Arheologice, Vol. 21, pag. 371-384, 2014, doi: https://doi.org/10.46535/ca.21.11
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