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Ariuşd (Erosal), Romania


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One of a small number of tell mounds in Transylvania situated in the upper Olt Valley, the site gives its name to a regional variant of the Cucenteni Culture. Excavations by F. László between 1907 and 1913 revealed seven main occupation levels. Levels I–VI contained Ariuşd‐style painted wares together with a range of gold jewellery and copper ornaments, weapons, and tools. Abundant evidence for craft activities was recovered, including a workshop in which pottery was made. The final phase, Level VII, belongs to the late Copper Age of the region.

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A. László, 1993, Asezari intarite ale culturii Ariusd‐Cucureni in sud‐estul Transilvaniei. Fortificarea asezarii Malnas‐Bai. Arheologia Moldovei, 16, 33–48

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