Campania arheologica din 2015 de la Rosiori–Neamt (punctul Tarina Veche)

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Subiect: „In 2015 we reopened the archaeological excavations on the site from Rosiori, village Dulcesti, Neamt county (the last campaign organized there was in 2007). On this occasion we made two sections on the upper mound of the terrace of the Moldova river; they were marked as sections C and D, the first being 15,00 m long and the second 24,00m long with a width of 2,50 m respectively 4,00 m. From the stratigraphic point of view, the previous campaigns revealed the existence of two levels, one attributed to the IInd-IIIrd centuries and the other to the VIth-VIIth centuries; this year’s campaign showed that there was also a level which can be dated in the IVrd-IIInd centuries. The artifacts collected from the above mentioned levels are mainly ceramic but we also discovered and researched a number of closed complexes: two surface settlements and two pithouses (three of them belong to the free Dacians period and only one of them can be dated in the IVrd-IIInd centuries); an outdoor kiln and six trash pits (all of them dated in the IInd-IIIrd centuries). From the various archaeological materials we mention: Geto-Dacian and Bastarnic pottery, hand-and wheelmade pottery from the free Dacians period, clay items (spindle whorls, weights, rings), stone items (whetstone, groundstone, hammerstone), bronze items (an arrowhead and a bracelet) and animal bones. Among the discovered remains, the most important is the Geto-Dacian household, which brought to light Bastarnic pottery (L.1-Cas.D); the archaeological material confirms the coexistence of the local Getic communities with this Germanic population on the Moldova river. It is worth mentioning some of the closed complexes (which belong to the free Dacians) such as the outdoor kiln and the household with Roman amphoras fragments (with painted or incised letters) (L.3-Cas.D).”

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