Barca II

Barca II

 

an Upper Paleolithic archaeological site on Czechoslovakian territory near the city of Koŝice. The site was first opened in 1951–54 by F. Proŝek. In addition to numerous flint tools, the diggers discovered 15 pits, 0.4–0.8 m deep, which were at least part of three durable lodges up to 18 m long. The site dates from the early Orignac period.

REFERENCES

Boriskovskii, P. I. “Ocherki po paleolitu Isentral’noi i Iugo-Vostochnoi Evropy.” Sovetskaia arkheologiia, vol. 27. Moscow, 1927.
Bánesz, L. Barca bei Koŝice-Paläolitische Fundstelle. Bratislava, 1968.
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