VÝSLEDKY PRIESKUMU NA HRADISKU NA VEĽKOM LYSCI A V JEHO ZÁZEMÍ
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Archaeological research of the hill fort settlement site of the Veľký Lysec and its hinterland – results
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Repeated archaeological research conducted since 2012 have supported the existence of the Lusatian culture settlement also in the unfortified southern and south-eastern slopes of the Veľký Lysec peak, as well as in the platforms of the Malý Lysec peak. In the southern ridge of the Malý Lysec peak were found two lines of fortifications. Two oval depressed features, found in the saddleback between Veľký Lysec and Malý Lysec peak, relate more likely to traces of quarrying limonite than to the water tanks (cisterns). Presented assemblage of pottery fragments is not sufficient for the accurate dating of the fortified hill fort, but allows clear that the centre of settlement sites is dated back to the Hallstatt period. For today, only the modest medieval findings (Pl. II : 1, 2) are the first indication of the possible use of the settlement site in the Early Middle Age, which currently cannot be adequately assessed.
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