Ig - Parte - Iščica

Community

Ig

Place name

Parte - Iščica

Type of site

Related Sites (RS / S4)

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For Ig:
Public Institute Ljubljansko barje Landscape Park
Javni zavod Krajinski park Ljubljansko barje
Podpeška cesta 380
SI-1357 Notranje Gorice 
Tel: +386(0)8 205 23 50
e-mail: info@ljubljanskobarje.si

For all other sites:
Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia
Regional Office Ljubljana
Tržaška c. 4
Sl - 1000 Ljubljana

Administrative contact

Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia Regional Office Ljubljana Tržaška c. 4 Sl - 1000 Ljubljana

Dating

Years BC

Extension (ha): 
0,23
Height above sea level (m): 
289,00

Map of pile dwelling sites

Dating text

Datation of the settlement in the first half of the third millennium BC. is based on the results of radiocarbon dating and dendrochronological researches: radiocarbon dating (wiggle-matching), dendrochronological curve; teleconnection with the curve from the settlements of Parte and Založnica (LB). / Datation of the settlement in the first half of the third millennium BC. is based on the results of radiocarbon dating and dendrochronological researches: radiocarbon dating (wiggle-matching), dendrochronological curve; teleconnection with the curve from the settlements of Parte and Založnica (LB).

Description

The settlement is situated in the riverbed of the Iščica. In 1877, it was discovered by Karl Deschmann. Between 1997 and 1998, archaeological-dendrochronological researches were carried out on the site. The majority of the archaeological findings and wood from the bottom of the Iščica belongs in the second quarter of the third millennium BC. There are no data on the preservation of the cultural layer. We assume that it might be to a large extent eroded, but the vertical piles are preserved. / The settlement is situated in the riverbed of the Iščica. In 1877, it was discovered by Karl Deschmann. Between 1997 and 1998, archaeological-dendrochronological researches were carried out on the site. The majority of the archaeological findings and wood from the bottom of the Iščica belongs in the second quarter of the third millennium BC. There are no data on the preservation of the cultural layer. We assume that it might be to a large extent eroded, but the vertical piles are preserved.

Bibliography comment

Deschmann 1878, 4; Korošec P. 1964, 47–56; Velušček, Čufar, Levanič 2000, 83–107.