Buqinca, Arianit and Culaj, Ilir (2018) FIGURINA E NEOLITIT TË HERSHËM E ZBULUAR KOHËT E FUNDIT NË ULPIANË. ALBANOLOGJIA International Journal of Albanology, 5 (9-10). pp. 188-191. ISSN 2545-4919

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Early neolithic figurine discovered recently in Ulpiana Representations of the anthropomorphic figurines of the Neolithic period in Kosovo, especially in the region of Pristina, have been well manifested by past researches. In this regard, the context of the stratigraphic units of the Roman period at the Archaeological Park Municipium Ulpiana - Justiniana Secunda, where it is discovered, is characterized by many cultural strata of different periods. The figurine is unique, which is characteristic of almost all the figurines of this period, as well as the stratigraphic context where it was discovered, belonging to the Roman period. As far as we know, this is the first figurine of any kind to his family from the early Neolithic period, discovered in this locality. The presence of stratigraphic units of prehistoric periods was proved by Emil Chershkov in 1959, which made it clear that the roman Ulpiana was built on a prehistoric settlement dominated by the Bronze Age finds. The anthropomorphic figurine was discovered in 2016, within a few years of research expedition including restoration and conservation in order to transforming and adapting the archaeological site to a functional Archaeological Park. From the morphological point of view, figurines can be compared to its closest counterparts from Glladnica, Belacevc, and the hospital area in Pristina.

Item Type: Article
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Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Art
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Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2019 20:16
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