Valentin Parnic

Valentin Parnic
Lower Danube Museum, Romania, Calarasi · Archaeology

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Spatial data play a crucial role in archaeological research, and orthophotos, digital elevation models, and 3D models are frequently used for the mapping, documentation, and monitoring of archaeological sites. Thanks to the availability of compact and low-cost uncrewed airborne vehicles, the use of UAV-based photogrammetry matured in this field ove...
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In this paper we analyzed a batch of 64 clay weights from three archaeological sites located in Romania (Gumelniţa, Măgura-Jilava, and Sultana) that belong to Kodjadermen-Gumelniţa-Karanovo VI cultural complex (4600-3900 cal. BC). Our approach includes an interdisciplinary investigation based on technological analysis, experimental archaeology , an...
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This paper reports the use of experimental archaeology and imaging methods—X-ray computed tomography (CT) and radiography—that were employed to decipher the manufacturing techniques of Eneolithic clay artefacts. This study was triggered by the archaeological research conducted in some tell settlements in Southeastern Romania that belong to the Kodj...
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The Gumelniţa settlement from Măriuţa is located South-East of Romania, at 200 m North-West from Măriuţa village, Călăraşi County, in the point named La Movilă. The significant quantity of artifacts, made of hard animal materials, deriving from the Gumelnița B1 level (the archaeological campaigns 1984 – 2009), in different processing stages allowed...
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The Gumelniţa settlement from Măriuţa is located SouthEast of Romania, at 200 m NorthWest from Măriuţa village, Călăraşi County, in the point named La Movilă. The significant quantity of artifacts, made of hard animal materials, deriving from the Gumelnița B1 level (the archaeological campaigns 1984 – 2009), in different processing stages allowed u...
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Au cours des fouilles des années 2012-2014 dans le tell de Bordusani ont était étudié divers types de complexes, habitations (no. 19, 47, 50 et 56), ou C. 379 (zone de passage) et C. 394 (espace commun). Le Sondage I Est, pratique sur la côte Est de la Popina, au but de mettre en évidence la succession des séquences anthropiques, a permis l'observ...
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In the last decades, ground‐penetrating radar (GPR) has been successfully used in archaeological and forensic anthropological applications to locate relatively shallow features, even though the technique can also probe deeper into the ground. GPR is a non‐destructive method based on the propagation of electromagnetic waves in soil, rocks or other m...
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The aim of this article is to present a very interesting anthropo-zoomorphic figurine from Mariuţa-La Movilă site, Călăraşi County (Southeastern Romania). The figurine, made of clay, represents a bird with human head and was discovered by chance in 2005, in one of the sections dug in the area of the Eneolithic cemetery. From chronological and cultu...
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The eneolithic tell Măriuţa-La Movilă is situated at 200 m north-west by Măriuţa village in the Călăraşi County. This is a settlement from second half of the fifth millennium (Kodjadermen-Gumelniţa-Karanovo VI complex). The first research of the tell was started in the period 1984-1990 by Mihai Şimon. In the year 2000 the excavations were resumed b...
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The purpose of this article is to present the antropomorf figurines made of clay discovered at Mariuta tell in Gumelnita B1 level. The eneolithic tell is situated at 200m north by Mariuta village in Calarasi county. To obtain as many information as possible and to approach correctly this subject, we made an analysing system based on 6 elements:1. o...

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