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Radiocarbon Dating of the Vučedol Culture Complex

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 July 2016

Aleksandar Durman
Affiliation:
Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Archaeology, Đure Salaja 3, 41000 Zagreb, Yugoslavia
Bogomil Obelić
Affiliation:
Ruder Bošković Institute, POB 1016, 41001 Zagreb, Croatia, Yugoslavia
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Radiocarbon dates of the Vučedol culture range from its earliest beginnings at Vučedol and Pivnica to its late phase at Vinkovci, Eastern Slavonia, Hrustovača, northwest Bosnia, Parte, Slovenia and Rudine, northwest Croatia. Recent 14C analyses are discussed and compared to corresponding dates outside the scope of the Vučedol culture. Findings provide evidence for the expansion of the late Vučedol culture both in time and space.

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