|Title:||The prehistoric tumuli complex of Purić-Ljubanj near vrbanja in the Spačva Basin, Županjska Posavina||Authors:||J. BRUCE H. SHYU
|Keywords:||Belegiš | Bronze age | Burial | Ii group | Landscape | Social practices | Tumuli||Issue Date:||1-Dec-2013||Journal Volume:||30||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||Prilozi Instituta za Arheologiju||Abstract:||
Purić-Ljubanj consists of 116 pristine, and 1 damaged, prehistoric tumuli located in a wider ritual landscape in the Spačva Forest Basin in eastern Croatia. Five seasons of fieldwork have revealed that this tumuli complex can be confidently identified as belonging to the Late Bronze Age period, with ceramic finds that belong to the Belegiš II group. It is a place where complex depositions related to burial practices took place. A survey of the wider landscape has revealed another 15 sites with tumuli that appear to be of a similar character to Purić-Ljubanj situated in the area of Županjska Posavina in the Spačva Basin. The numbers of tumuli at each site vary from just one to 178. At Purić-Ljubanj there are 117 tumuli, three of which have been subject to excavation.
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