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Durankulak (locus archaeologicus)

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Locus archaeologicus Durankulak (Bulgarice Археологически резерват „Дуранкулак“) in agris oppidi hodierni eiusdem nominis iacet ad litus aestuarii Durankulak, quod in pontum Euxinum defluit. Ruinae oppidi neolithici, necropolis chalcolithica, templumque deae Cybelae aevi Hellenistici ibi visitantur. Effossionibus archaeologicis multos annos praefuit Henrietta Todorova.[1]

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Sepultura millennii V a.C.n. e necropoli Durankulak. Museum Nationale Historicum Serdicae
Ruinae oppidi neolithici iuxta litus aestuarii Durankulak effossae
  • Elisaveta Bozhilova, Spasimir Tonkov, "Palaeoecological studies in Lake Durankulak" in Ann. Univ. Sofia Fac. Biol. 2:76 (1985) pp. 25–30
  • Elisaveta Bozhilova, Spasimir Tonkov, "Towards the vegetation and settlement history of the southern Dobrudza coastal region, north-eastern Bulgaria: a pollen diagram from Lake Durankulak" in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany vol. 7 (1998) pp. 141–148
  • Noah V. Honch et al., "West Pontic Diets: A Scientific Framework for Understanding the Durankulak and Varna I Cemeteries, Bulgaria" in Interdisciplinaria archaeologica vol. 4 (2013)
  • Noah V. Honch et al., "A palaeodietary investigation of carbon (14C/14C) and nitrogen (14C/14C) in human and animal bones from the Copper Age necropoleis of Varna and Durankulak, Bulgaria" in Journal of Archaeological Science vol. 33 (2006) pp. 1493–1504
  • Igor Manzura, "The Proto-Bronze Age Cemetery at Durankulak: a look from the east" in Lolita Nikolova, John Fritz, Jude Higgins, edd., Prehistoric Archaeology & Anthropological Theory and Education. RPRP 6-7 (2005) pp. 51-55
  • E. Marinova, "The new pollen core Lake Durankulak-3: a contribution to the vegetation history and human impact in Northeastern Bulgaria" in S. Tonkov, ed., Aspects of Palynology and Palaeoecology: Festschrift in honor of Elissaveta Bozilova (Serdicae: Pensoft, 2003) pp. 279–288
  • E. Marinova, J. Atanassova, "Anthropogenic impact on vegetation and environment during the Bronze Age in the area of Lake Durankulak, NE Bulgaria: Pollen, microscopic charcoal, non-pollen palynomorphs and plant macrofossils" in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology vol. 3 (2006) pp. 165–178
  • Nadja Ognjanova-Rumenova, "Palaeoenvironment and Archaeology: the use of diatom analysis in archaeology" in R. I. Kostov, B. Gaydarska, M. Gurova, edd., Geoarchaeology and Archaeomineralogy: Proceedings of the International Conference, 29-30 October 2008 (Serdicae: Publishing House “St. Ivan Rilski”, 2008) pp. 291-294
  • Henrieta Todorova, "Ausgrabungen in Durankulak, Bezirk Tolbuchin (Bulgarien), in der Periode 1975 – 1981" in Nachrichten aus Niedersachsens Urgeschichte vol. 52 (1983) pp. 77-89
  • Henrieta Todorova, ed., Durankulak, vol. 1. Serdicae: Bulgarian Academy of Science, 1989
  • Henrieta Todorova, ed., Durankulak, Band II: Die prähistorischen Gräberfelder von Durankulak. 2 fascc. Serdicae et Berolini, 2002
  • Henrieta Todorova, T. Dimov, "Ausgrabungen in Durankulak 1974–1987" in Varia Archaeologica Hungarica vol. 2 (1989) pp. 291–306
  • Spasimir Tonkov, Elena Marinova, Mariana Filipova-Marinova, Elissaveta Bozhilova, "Holocene palaeoecology and human-environmental interactions at the coastal Black Sea Lake Durankulak, northeastern Bulgaria" in Quaternary International (2013)

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