Corneliu Beldiman;Diana-Maria Sztancs
Contenuto in: Rivista di Archeologia vol. XXIX - 2005
pp. 5-21, Figg. 4, Tavv. 14
Recent approaches on ancient artifacts collections and very recent discoveries enable a detailed discussion (repertory, typology, technology, radíocarbon dates etc.) on the relative rare evidence of portable art – decorated and so called non utilitarian objects – ín the Romanian Upper Paleolithíc (Aurignacian and Eastern Gravettian, about 30-13 kya BP).
The artifacts were discovered in 10 open air and cave sites especially from Moldavia and Transylvania. Most of the pieces (15) are attributed to the Eastern Gravettian and 4 belong to the Aurignacian. […]