EIN MITTELLATÈNEZEITLICHER BRANDOPFERPLATZ IN SLATINA NAD BEBRAVOU (SLOWAKEI)
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Middle La Tène Period sacrificial fire place from Slatina nad Bebravou (Slovakia)
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In Slatina nad Bebravou nearby a hillfort on the top of Udrina hill (652 m a. s. l.) two deposits of burnt pottery, bones, glass, and metal objects were found coincidentally, laid close to the pits. The metal inventory – brooches, belt fragments, and a spur – belongs to the Middle La Tène Period (LTC1b). The find assemblage embraced also the fragments of two Hellenistic bronze reliefs, designated as the parts of armour (R. Thomas). The paper compares the location and inventory of the feature with other sacrificial fire places in the Western Carpathians that probably originated as a result of the southern colonization wave.
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