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The complex of the Pannonian Lakes is located in the center of Tuzla, at Šetalište Slana banja bb

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

The level of social development of the population of Neolithic settlements is still very difficult to discuss. The findings of female figures/statues (Tuzla), in which the character of women and mothers was strongly accentuated, suggests that women had a dominant role in society. The question of ethnic composition and ethnic differences among the groups that

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Vinča culture in the area of North-East Bosnia was familiar with the use of copper, whose remains were found in Gornja Tuzla and in Tuzla, but the origin of the raw material was not established (G.A., 1988a: 149). As can be seen, most of the aforementioned activities and occupations were related to obtaining food. The

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS ON NEOLITHIC TUZLA AND SURROUNDINGS The formation of Neolithic settlements and the way of living a Neolithic man has been affected, equally or to different degrees, by the following basic elements: geographical situation (climate, water, soil, natural resources), economic conditions and social factors. Cultivation of land was a major factor influencing the choice

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Simin Han, Tuzla Simin Han is located on the road between Tuzla and Gornja Tuzla, in the valley of the Jala River. It is assumed that the travel communication between the Neolithic settlements in Tuzla and Gornja Tuzla went through this settlement in the Neolithic, along the valley of the River Jala. The proof of

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Palafitte settlement, Tuzla The first finding of objects from the Neolithic era in Tuzla is known from 1903. At that time, during the work on regulating of the Appel Plac (Fig. 4), today known as the Freedom Square, some archaeological material was excavated, which was the first indication of the existence of a Neolithic settlement

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Grad, Gornja Tuzla Grad is a Neolithic settlement type, situated on the top of a small but dominant hilltop that rises to the left bank of the Jala River above the center of Gornja Tuzla. The cultural layer is very thin, and according to the collected material the settlement corresponds to the end of the

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Although stratigraphic and cultural continuity is clearly followed, B. Čović found some statistical, typological and technical differences in relation to the previous phase (Čović, 1961: 87-93). Also, the coarse, monochrome and painted ceramics still appear, but in a sudden decline. Changes are manifested in spiral ornaments and additions of quartz sand in coarse ceramics, and

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

Because of too many modest architectural remains, it is not possible to speak of the Neolithic habitat, except for the fact that over ground houses were certainly used. In terms of constructional remains it is certain to mention the fireplace in the open space between the houses, for which B. Čović thinks it has been

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

The Starčevo culture emerges as the oldest Neolithic manifestation in the North-East Bosnia. So far it has been found only on the site in Gornja Tuzla, and in the Tuzla palafitte settlement (protection excavation in 2007, C14 Analysis is pending). The prehistoric multilayer settlement in Gornja Tuzla is located on an elevated plateau on the

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

The study of pre-history of Bosnia and Herzegovina began at the end of the 19th century when the first research was carried out, leading to significant discoveries in Butmir. After a period of fruitful work, inspired by this discovery, which covered several important sites (Kraljevina near Novi Šeher and Lanište near Bosanski Brod), there was

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The Archaeological park – Neolithic Settlement

The locality of Tuzla and the wider area is the region of North-East Bosnia, which geographically occupies the corner space formed by the Sava river in the north, and the Drina river in the east, and the Srebrenica – Javor mountain area in the south, the hills of Konjuh and Ozren in the south-west and

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NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENTS

The beginning of the neolith is related to the emergence of new forms of behavior in the life of a prehistoric man, i.e. the onset of farming and livestock breeding, and of the production of ceramic goods and iron stone tools. The objects made of baked clay, primarily ceramic dishes, represent an elementary guidepost of

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The complex of salt lakes "Pannonica" is located in the center of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Salt lakes represent artificial accumulation of water inside the shells that are built from a combination of geosynthetic and natural materials, and during the summer season they are filled with clean, healing salt water for which the city and Tuzla spa resorts are very known.

The Archaeological park - Neolithic Settlement is a kind of museum exhibition in the open space and its contents show the visitors the way of life of people in the Neolithic age, from the way of constructing their residential and auxiliary facilities to making ceramic dishes, stone and other tools, that is the material and social life of that time.

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