Kornelija Minichreiter

Kornelija Minichreiter
Institut za arheologiju u Zagrebu

PhD

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July 1992 - present
Institut za arheologiju u Zagrebu
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June 1991 - December 2010
Institut za arheologiju u Zagrebu /Institut od archaeology, Zagreb, Croatia
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  • Consultant

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Publications (59)
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Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba proveo je tijekom srpnja 2013.g. nastavak zaštitnih arheoloških istraživanja ranoneolitičkog naselja starčevačke kulture na prostoru koji pripada obredno-ukopnom dijelu naselja.
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The site of Beketinci, Bentež, stands out among Lasinja settlements as the site of the largest uncovered surface - the excavation at 30 900m 2 revealed a portion of a Lasinja culture settlement. Its western part (covering 24 700m2) was dedicated to working activities (working features: clay-extraction pits, working pits, self-standing partitions, p...
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objekt 955 (najstariji do sada otkriven u starčevačkoj kulturi na području Hrvatske) te jame 323, 1121 i 1155. Temelji nadzemnog objekta 955 zatvaraju prostor u vodoravnoj projekciji pravokutnog oblika 7 x 7 m i to na zapadnoj Tijekom srpnja 2009. godine Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba proveo je nastavak sustavnih arheoloških istraživanja na zem...
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objekt 955 (najstariji do sada otkriven u starčevačkoj kulturi na području Hrvatske) te jame 323, 1121 i 1155. Temelji nadzemnog objekta 955 zatvaraju prostor u vodoravnoj projekciji pravokutnog oblika 7 x 7 m i to na zapadnoj Tijekom srpnja 2009. godine Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba proveo je nastavak sustavnih arheoloških istraživanja na zem...
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Radiocarbon is a cosmogenic radioisotope equally distributed throughout the troposphere and biosphere. This fact enables its most common application—radiocarbon dating. Natural equilibrium of radiocarbon has been disturbed by diverse anthropogenic activities during the last ∼150 years, enabling also the use of 14C in various environmental applicati...
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In 2007 and 2008 the Institute of Archaeology in Zagreb carried out salvage archaeological investigations on the route of the international highway Budapest - Ploče. The investigation took place at the site marked as AN 18, at the plot known as Bentež near Beketinci, on the Osijek - ?akovo section. The remains of a prehistoric settlement of the Las...
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Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba tijekom srpnja 2008. g. proveo je na zemljištu Galovo u sjeveroistočnom dijelu Slavonskog Broda (k.č. br. 6207/4 k.o. Brod), na-stavak sustavnih arheoloških istraživanja neolitičkog nase-lja starčevačke kulture koje pripada njezinoj početnoj fazi razvitka. Ova istraživanja provedena su u okviru znanstve-no-istraži...
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A survey of above-ground structures in the settlements within the central distribution area of the Starčevo culture at the present state of research reveals that this type of structure started to be built at the end of the Monochrome phase and the beginning of the Linear A phase. The discovery of an above-ground structure from the Linear A phase in...
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In 2005, the ninth season of systematic archaeological excavations of an Early Neolithic Starčevo culture settlement was conducted on a land called Galovo in the north-eastern part of Slavonski Brod. The works were organised by the Institute of Archaeology from Zagreb in co-operation with the Museum of Brodsko Posavlje from Slavonski Brod, led by K...
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At Galovo, near Slavonski Brod (Posavina, northern Croatia), apart of an early phase Starcevo culture settlement was found. Inside the settlement a ritual space was separated from the living area by semicircular wooden fences, which shows the so far unknown dimension of ritual burials and organisation of life in the settlement during this period. I...
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Zaštitna istraživanja na trasi autoceste Slavonica prapovi-jesnog, rano i kasnosrednjovjekovnog naselja Bentež kod Beketinaca 2007. i 2008. g. Slavonica Motorway Route – Rescue Excavations of the Pre-historic, Early and Late Medieval Bentež Settlement near Beketinci in 2007 and 2008 Kornelija Minichreiter Zorko Marković Primljeno/Received: 16. 03....
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Izvorni znanstveni rad Prapovijesna arheologija/Srednjovjekovna arheologija Original scientifi c paper Prehistoric archaeology/Medieval archaeology UDK/UDC 903.4(497.5 Beketinci)"636" 904(497.5 Beketinci):72"653" Primljeno/Received: 31. 3. 2009. Prihvaćeno/Accepted: 15. 9. 2009. Tijekom 2007. i 2008. god. Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba proveo j...
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U sjeveroistočnom dijelu Slavonskog Broda, na zemlji-štu Galovo, nastavljena su u ljetu 2007. g. sustavna arheološka istraživanja ranoneolitičkog naselja starčevačke kulture. Radove je proveo Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba 1 u suradnji s Arhe-ološkim muzejom iz Osijeka 2 , pod stručnim vodstvom dr. sc. Kornelije Minichreiter. Tom je prilikom na...
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The archaeological picture of craft activities in the early Neolithic settlement of the Starčevo culture at Galovo in Slavonski Brod was complemented by the 2007 excavations with the discovery of working pit 291. Three working pits were discovered in the previous excavations in this part of the settlement: the large pit 155 and two smaller ones 205...
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In Northern Croatia, more than hundred settlements are known from the period of the Starčevo culture, the first Neolithic period in south-east (SE) Europe. Here we present the 14C dating of nine charcoal samples from the Neolithic settlement Galovo in Slavonski Brod. According to archaeological findings, it belongs to the early phase (Linear A) of...
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Bijelo slikani linear A stupanj starčevačke kulture u Hrvatskoj The White-painted Linear A Phase of the Starčevo Culture in Croatia Izvorni znanstveni rad Prapovijesna arheologija Original scientific paper Prehistoric archaeology UDK/UDC 902.2(497.5-37 Sl. Brod) 903´14(497.5-37 Sl. Brod)"6345" Primljeno/Received: 30. The picture of development of t...
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In September 2006, the investigation of the medieval St. Peter the Apostle Church was initiated in Ilok, as part of the project by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia named “The Research, Reconstruction and Revitalisation of the Cultural Heritage of Ilok-Vukovar-Vučedol”. The investigation was preceded by two investigations carried o...
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In the course of 2006, a team of archaeologists from the Institute of Archaeology in Zagreb carried out surveys and recordings of archaeological sites on the proposed plots of the future motor road within the first phase of the preparatory works for the Studies on the Environmental Effect of the Construction of the Transversal of Ilok. The route of...
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The picture of development of the Starčevo culture in its incipient phases was significantly altered and complemented by the ten-year long systematic archaeological excavations of the settlement at Galovo in Slavonski Brod. The excavation results confirm that northern Croatia in the early neolithic also belonged to the central territory of developm...
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g. na zemljiπtu Galovo u sjevero-istoËnom dijelu Slavonskog Broda, provedena je deveta faza sustavnih arheoloπkih istraaeivanja ranoneolitiËkog naselja starËevaËke kulture. Radove je organizirao Insti-tut za arheologiju iz Zagreba u suradnji s Muzejom brod-skog Posavlja iz Slavonskog Broda, pod vodstvom dr. sc. K. Minichreiter 1 (Minichreiter 2005,...
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In the first phase of preparatory activities for the Environmental Impact Study concerning Expressways in Northern Croatia, in the course of 2005 archaeological survey was conducted, and archaeological sites in the examined plots of Posavina from Okučani to Stara Gradiška and Podravina from Virovitica to Slatina were registered. On the planned road...
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New radiocarbon dates for the Early Starčevo Culture confirm that the process of Neolithization in continental Croatia began already around the year 6000 BC. Evidence of this includes discovery of settlements in Zadubravlje and Slavonski Brod that belong to the initial phases of Starčevo Culture development – Linear A phase. The long duration of th...
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In the summer 2006, the Institute of Archaeology from Zagreb and the Museum of Brodsko Posavlje (Sava region of Slavonski Brod) from Slavonski Brod carried out phase ten of the systematic archaeological research of the early Neolithic settlement of the Starčevo culture at the plot of Galovo in Slavonski Brod (Northern Croatia). The area of 200 m2 w...
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New radiocarbon dates for the Early Starčevo Culture confi rm that the process of Neolithization in continental Croatia began already around the year 6000 BC. Evidence of this includes discovery of settlements in Zadubravlje and Slavonski Brod that belong to the initial phases of Starčevo Culture development - Linear A phase. The long duration of t...
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Since 1997 the Institute for Archaeology from Zagreb has conducted systematical archaeological excavations in north-eastern part of Slavonski Brod on a piece of land called Galovo on cadastral unit no. 6207/4 in the Brod Cadastral Municipality, in zone “E” of the town, which is under archaeological protection; excavations take place every year with...
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In 2004, a team of archaeologists from the Institute of Archaeology from Zagreb and the Požega Town Museum conducted archaeological survey and registered cultural goods found along 39 km of road routes located in the Požega Valley from Brestovac via Požega to Pleternica and from Velika to Požega. We ascertained that the road routes crossed over ten...
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Certain clay objects discovered in the inventory of the pit houses and open areas of the early Starčevo Culture settlement in Zadubravlje testify to the rich spirituality of the oldest agrarian populations of the southern Pannonian zone, who best personifi ed their mythic world and reverence of their deities in fi gural art. The 25 remaining cult o...
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Longtime archeological research, completed by topographical information about the natural environment of numerous settlements of the oldest farming population, is a trustworthy witness to the hydrographical situation in northern Croatia 8,000 years ago. A developed hydrography, i.e. numerous watercourses presented the oldest land traffic routes, no...
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During the summer of 2003, the Galovo site in Slavonski Brod saw the sixth stage of systematic archaeological research into a settlement from the Starčevo culture as a part of the scientific research project on “The Prehistoric Identity of Northern Croatia”. Research efforts have so far covered an area of 2,200 m2, with the 2003 excavations focused...
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During the summer of 2003, the Galovo site in Slavonski Brod saw the sixth stage of systematic archaeological research into a settlement from the Starčevo culture as a part of the scientific research project on "The Prehistoric Identity of Northern Croatia". Research efforts have so far covered an area of 2,200 m2, with the 2003 excavations focused...
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In the settlements of the oldest prehistoric cultures, the production of clay vessels was the most common, therefore around 90% of unearthed archaeological artifacts in the settlements of the Starčevo culture - the first Pannonian earthenware culture - accounts for various clay vessels. Categorizing by style or chronology according to cultures or t...
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A Contribution to the Understanding of Decorative Art on Coarse Pottery in the Starčevo Settlement at Galovo in Slavonski Brod In the settlements of the oldest prehistoric cultures, the production of clay vessels was the most common, therefore around 90% of unearthed archaeological artifacts in the settlements of the Starčevo culture - the first Pa...
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The southern parts of the Pannonian valley, particularly its peripheries – the valley of the Sava River and the lower course of the Danube River – were areas particularly favorable for the establishment and development of centers of the oldest farming cultures in this part of Europe. The extraordinarily favorable agricultural conditions provided fo...
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In southeastern Europe, in the region of northern Croatia (between the Drava, Sava, and Danube Rivers), which geographically belongs to southern Pannonia, the first Neolithic settlements developed during the early and middle Neolithic, ca. 6000–4800 BC. Numerous archaeological excavations in the last 25 years have enabled an overview of the develop...
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Starčevačko naselje kod Zadubravlja istraženo je u okviru zaštitnih radova na južnoj trasi autoceste Slavonski Brod-Županja-Lipovac. Iskopana površina od 6.200 m² omogućila je, po prvi puta u sjevernoj Hrvatskoj, sagledavanje neolitičke naseobinske cjeline. Naselje pripada ranim predklasičnim fazama starčevačke kulture – linear A stupnju – a ističe...
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Institut za arheologiju iz Zagreba započeo je tijekom 2009. g. sustavni pregled zemljišta – rekognosciranje 1 šireg po-dručja s istočne i južne strane istražene zone arheološkog lokali-teta Bentež kod Beketinaca (Minichreiter, Marković 2009: 21– 44) na trasi autoceste Slavonica 2 -dionica od Osijeka do Đakova međunarodne autoceste Budimpešta – Ploč...

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