SÍDLISKO Z DOBY BRONZOVEJ VO VYSOKEJ PRI MORAVE. PRÍSPEVOK KU KOLOVÝM STAVBÁM A OSÍDLENIU DOLNÉHO ZÁHORIA V MLADŠEJ DOBE BRONZOVEJ
Settlement from the Bronze Age in Vysoká pri Morave. The contribution to the earth fast buildings and occupation of the southern parts of region Záhorie in the Late Bronze Age
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The settlement was discovered during the rescue research in the cadastre of Vysoká pri Morave from the Late Bronze Age. Most of the explored objects were post/column pits, in one case there appeared a storage pit, seven objects are representing not specified settlement pits. Fragmental findings from partially damaged post/column pits allow dating of this settlement to the older phase of the Middle-Danube Urnfield culture. It was possible to identify at least three ground planes of above-ground buildings, which, because of their size, were likely to be used as residential units. Their disposition is similar to other well-known buildings on the Late Bronze Age settlements in the Middle Danube area. Due to its atypical localization in the floodplain, this settlement represents a significant contribution to the settlement strategies of the Late Bronze Age.
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