Cercetări arheologice în aşezarea precucuteniană de la Trifeşti-Iaşi
Archaeological Investigations in the Precucuteni Culture Settlement of Trifeşti-Iaşi
In 1994 an archaeological investigation was carried out in the Trifeşti Village, Iaşi District, on an area where a new city hall was under construction. On the occasion, several archaeological finds were discovered, mainly ceramics belonging to the second phase of the Precucuteni culture. The very fragmentary material, composed of samples of typical vessels of this Neolithic culture, is decorated with grooves, excisions, incisions and stamped motives. The resemblance between the finds of Trifeşti and the ones from the settlements of Larga Jijia and Izvoare, layer II allow the attribution of this discovery to the beginning of the second phase of the Precucuteni culture. Besides the above finds, few ceramic fragments belonging to the Cozia culture from the first Iron Age were also discovered.
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