Rhizon, 2001-2003. Preliminary Report on the Excavations of the Center for Archaeological Research - Novae, Warsaw University
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In 2001 Polish archaeological mission started excavations at Rhizon (now Risan), Montenegro, the ancient capital of Illyrian queen Teuta. Work concentrated in three sections of the town: at the entrance to the modern hospital, where a Roman villa with mosaic pavements was unearthed, in the location of Carine (another 3rd cent. BC Roman villa complex including a well-preserved bathroom), and near the orthodox church in the place of a medieval necropolis; an 11th cent. AD masonry tomb with 5 inhumation burials was explored. In the vicinity of Risan a fragment of Roman road was located.
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