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- In Section 2, we discovered a 0.30 - 0.35 m. thick layer of prehistoric ceramics. After we analyzed the composition and method of burning, we reached the conclusion that some fragments were typical of the Aeneolithic period (the Boian and Gumelniţa cultures). Most of the archaeological material belongs to the Bronze Age (the Glina culture) and we could associate it with an assemblage of broken pottery in situ over an area of 3 x 2.5 m. In Section 3, we discovered a house from Latène Period. The ceramics we found inside the house and in the archaeological layer are typical of the 3rd - 1st centuries B.C. We also found three types of Hellenistic amphorae fragments among these sherds.
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