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Other Archeological Sites in Dolj County, Romania






Dealul Tepelusului - a Roman and Bronze Age site in Romania

Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

Google Earth image of the site.

Photo: Google Earth




Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

This is a very important site. It is a large valley, with a small river in the middle of it.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 6th December 2009




Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

Around the valley there are a lot of hills, separated by small valleys. Just in the middle of the valley, there is a beautiful source of water.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 6th December 2009




Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

The entire valley is used for agriculture and herding of animals such as goats.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 6th December 2009




Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

One of the hills (see the map) is full of Roman artefacts, even painted Roman pottery, very rare and beautiful.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 6th December 2009




Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site Caciulatesti Dealul Tepelusului GPS Site

The entire valley is full of artefacts from Bronze Age times.

Adrian was there with Dorel Bondoc, one of the most important specialists in history in Romania.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 6th December 2009









Badosi



Badosi Bronze Age Site

Near the area of the cemetery of Badosi village, is an old site from the Bronze Age.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 13th December 2009




Badosi Bronze Age Site

The site has an area of about 100 metres by 100 metres, and there are many holes in the ground over the entire area of the site. People may use the clay for their properties.

There are some "shadows" of ancient houses in the area.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 13th December 2009




Badosi Bronze Age Site Badosi Bronze Age Site


Badosi Bronze Age Site

At the site it is easy to find pieces of ancient pottery, some from the Roman period.

Photo: Adrian Gheorghe 13th December 2009










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This site is to publicise the history and culture of Romania, and displays information from the Alexis Project Association

Alexis Project Filiasi/Romania
RC J/263/230/2007 CIF 21464151
Email: alexis_project@yahoo.com

in a partnership and contract with the Oltenia Museum:
Oltenia Museum Craiova/Romania
CF 4417192
Email: muzeulolteniei@yahoo.com

Because Oltenia Museum has the ability to verify the scientific importance of this information and because the specialists of Oltenia Museum have made contributions to this site, the copyrights to it are part of Oltenia Museum property.



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