• Subiect: In the NE part of the village of Săbăoani, in the place which is called "La Islaz" were discovered some pieces of harness, artefacts and pottery of the 2nd and the 3rd centuries AD. The pieces of ornament of the harness are the subject of this study. They were found in a pit with the rest being composed of things which adorn the harness (fig. 3), discs which distribute the bells (fig. 4/1-4) and little plates to catch the belts (fig. 4/7-11), all of them covered with a thin layer of silver. The author considers that these things reached in the pit as a result of a purposeful storing, because they were not so worn out to be thrown. The typology and the fact that they are covered with a layer of silver prove that they belonged to the same set of harnesses and their performing proves that they came from a Roman workshop. The chronological attribution has been made on the base of materials from the Daco-Carpian settlement where they have been found as well as on the dating of the similar pieces discovered in other places of our country and in the neighbouring countries. The author supposes that these pieces would have reached at Săbăoani (being up to now the Northeastern most discovery of this kind of Moldova) due to trade or due to some military confrontations of the natives with Romans, especially at the beginning of the 2nd century A. D. when is ascertained the leaving of some fortified settlements on the left bank of Siret (Poiana, Bradu). The discoveries of Săbăoani bring new contributions regarding the continuity of the native people in East - Carpathian regions of Romania after the Roman conquest and the penetration of the Roman civilisation in other provinces.
  • Limba de redactare: română, engleză
  • Secţiunea: Note şi discuţii
  • Vezi publicația: Memoria Antiquitatis
  • Editura: Muzeul Arheologic Piatra Neamţ
  • Loc publicare: Piatra Neamţ
  • Anul publicaţiei: 1969
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: I ; anul 1969; subtitlu: Acta Musei Petrodavensis
  • Paginaţia: 327-337
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