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Summary

A princely burial of the Chalcolithic Age.

Class:

  • Grave or burial field
  • visible
  • Location ± 100-500 m.
(see also PELAGIOS)

Identifiers:

Nearby

Doclea

Doclea. Modern Duklja

Podgorica City Museum

Muzej grada Podgorice.

Neškova Gruda Tumulus

Bronze Age tumulus Neškova Gruda at Tolosi.

Birziminium

OmnesViae import TPPlace1799. Podgorica.

Images

Surroundings (Panoramio)

Annotation

The Gruda Boljevića tumulus belongs to the Copper Age.

See:

  1. Mile Baković, The Princely Tumulus Gruda Boljevića Podgorica, Montenegro. Proceedings of the International Conference held in Udine, May 15th-18th 2008 in: Ancestral Landscapes. Burial mounds in the Copper and Bronze Ages (Central and Eastern Europe - Balkans - Adriatic - Aegean, 4th-2nd millennium B.C., Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon 2011, pp. 375-381 - http://www.persee.fr/doc/mom_2259-4884_2012_act_58_1_3477
  2. Blagoje Govedarica, Grab- und Opferfunde aus dem Hügel Gruda Boljevića in Montenegro (erste Hälfte des 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr.), in: Panta Rhei (Festschrift Pavuk), Studia Archaeologica et Mediaevalia, Tomus XI,  Bratislava 2010, pp. 179-188.
  3. Mitja Gustin, Zdravka Hincak: Gruda Boljevića – Kneževska humka Kasnog Bakarnog doba. Princely grave tumulus of the late Copper Age (summary), in: Podgorica. Praistorijske humke i srednjovjekovne nekropole. Gruda Boljevića, Podgorica 2015, pp. 15-36