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  • Doclea
  • Rogami
  • Doclea
  • Montenegro
  • Podgorica



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    MIBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali - Direzione Generale per i Beni Archeologici),

    ICCD (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione) and

    AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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Summary (English)

  • The i Archaeological excavations at the Doclea site were conducted between June 24 and July 21, 2017. The excavation of the 12 / IX room (dimensions 14.6 × 6m) that is located east of the temple complex, which started with the research of the previous year, has continued. The research of layers whose age can be determined in late antiquity, probably the 4th century, when rooms around the temple, even this 12 / IX, get a different purpose and most likely serve as workshops for making glass items. The late antique phase of life in this space corresponds to the tiled under the found in the northeast corner of the room (Figure 2), the foundation of the glass furnace in the southeast corner, as well as the mortar surface, or the remains of the former mortar floor that were discovered in some parts of the room. The richest layer of archaeological material is a layer of SJ 10037, in which a plethora of ceramics, glass, bones and as well as plenty of bronze coins, bone needles and sturdy bracelets and rings. The entire layer is likely to be the fork of the earth when the floors of the chamber have been devastated or when life has ceased in this area. Nothing less rich in material is also a layer below the previous one, which is kept under the number 10 053. Findings of coins in it are very numerous and different dating between the 2nd and 4th centuries. Of the other archaeological findings, a bone-dice game should be made. This layer represents the leveling of the terrain that followed immediately before building the workshop. On that occasion, several layers were deposited in the JI corner of the room, from which the almost preserved preserved stone pillar was extracted.

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  • Miloš Živanović 


  • Lenka Bulatovic - JU Muzeji i galerije Podgorice


  • Miloš Živanović
  • Đuro Pribilović
  • Branislav Radunović
  • Milica Žarić
  • Goran Ćulafić

Research Body

  • Muzeji i galerije Podgorice

Funding Body


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