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PREHISTORIC FORTIFICATION IN LOPARI AND GRAVEYARD IN DINOSHA VILLAGE (MONTENEGRO)

Anton Lulgjuraj

Dinosha and Lopari are small villages in region of Malësia, 5 km. east from capital Podgorica. There are found traces of prehistoric fortification on the top hill called Gjyteza and nearby in the low land of village Dinosha are located 7 earth tumulus alongside river Cem (Cijevna mne.). By technique of the walls we can assume that this fortification belongs to Bronze Age. Something with tumulus in Dinosha. They vary from Bronze Age to Hellenistic period. This two location communicate visually with each other and they are part Adriatic Bronze Age culture.

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