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Dmitrović, Katarina, 1974-
Сахрањивање у културама бронзаног доба у Западном Поморављу
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Univerzitet u Beogradu
Odeljenje za arheologiju
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Bronze Age funerary practice in the Western Morava basin: doctoral dissertation
Област Западног Поморавља, дефинисана током истоимене реке и појединих притока, представља природну спону између западне и централне Србије...
Defined by the flow of the river and its tributaries, the region of the Western
Morava basin represents a natural connection between western and central Serbia, which in
wider sense links the Dinarides of the western Balkans and the Morava Vardar route. A
significant number of funeral sites originate from the Bronze Age, and they are mostly
concentrated in the northern part of this area, while the settlements are rare and
insufficiently known despite very intensive field surveys. During several decades of the
intensive research, a significant amount of the material was collected from the necropolises,
which provided an opportunity to reconsider the previous attitudes and knowledge,
especially the ones regarding some recent archeological research and the ones compared to
the contemporaneous analysis from the neighboring regions.
Examining the different types of the necropolises used through the various phases of
the Bronze Age, we can infer that the barrows are always noticed in the northern part of the
Western Morava basin bordered by the valley. Downstream of Kraljevo, the basic
concept is rather different, primarily due to the fact that flat necropolises were used without
preserving any grave mark, thus hindering their identification. This type of necropolis
distribution has remained almost unchanged during the whole period of the Bronze Age
development, which consequently has provided a reliable opportunity to define a bordering
The basic concept for the material systematization has been primarily determined by
the necropolis type, and the following characteristics type of material, shape, decoration
and function, whereby the material traces of the executed rituals that followed the funeral
were not omitted. The characteristics, amount and place of finding of the material traces...