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MATVEEV, Sergiu; VORNIC, Vlad. Cercetări de salvare efectuate la Lipoveni (r-nul Cimişlia) în anul 2013. Date preliminare. In: Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova. 2014, nr. 1-2, pp. 67-80. ISSN 2345-1394.
|Arheologia Preventivă în Republica Moldova|
|Numărul 1-2 / 2014 / ISSN 2345-1394|
In 1956, in the Lipoveni village two archaeological sites were identified, conventionally called Lipoveni I and Lipoveni II. The first object is located at the northwest edge of the village and it was attributed to the Sântana de Mureş-Cerneahov culture from the late Roman era (III-IV centuries AD). The second one, Lipoveni II, is located at about 0.7 km north of the village, including a cemetery and a settlement of the Sântana de Mureş-Cerneahov type, and traces from the first and second periods of Iron Age (XII–VI and V-III centuries BC), as from the late Middle Ages (XVI-XVIII centuries). Given the fact that the Lipoveni II site was and still is strongly affected by an unauthorized sand quarry, in the summer of 2013 saving researches were carried out, two sections having being cut. Section I, square-formed (2x2 m), was effectuated in the central north of the quarry, in an area, where sand extraction works have revealed burn marks and crust cuts of a strongly burned hearth. After the excavation of the first layer, two archaeological complexes were identified: a clay outdoor hearth and a pit of unspecified destination (no.1), where two Cucuteni pottery fragments have been found (IV mil. BC). Section II was cut in the northeast of the quarry, in an area where sand extraction works have revealed the outline of a waste pit. The form of the cut was approximately square, with dimensions of 4x4 m. In the expense of the section, several archaeological complexes were found: one „kitchen” oven and five small and medium-sized pits (no. 2-6). Based on stratigraphic data and inventory, the oven and two pits (no. 3 and 4) were dated to the late Roman period, but the other complexes (pits 2, 5-6) were attributed to Hallstatt or getic culture. In addition, there were discovered different archaeological materials (mainly ceramics) belonging to many historical eras and archeological cultures. As a result of researches in the multi-layered Lipoveni II site from 2013, there were identified archaeological remains dating from the Eneolithic (IV mil. BC), the first and the second periods of Iron Age (XII-VI and V-III centuries BC), late Roman period (III-IV centuries AD) and from late Middle Ages (XVI-XVIII centuries).
Lipoveni, cultura getică, Cultura Sântana de Mureș-Cerneahov, cuptor menajer, gropi, ceramică,
Lipoveni, the getic culture, the culture Sântana de Mureş-Cerneahov, „kitchen” oven, Pits, pottery,
Липовень, гетская культура, Культура Сынтана де Муреш-Черняхов, „кухонная” печь, ямы, керамика