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Military graves from the Late Roman necropolis at slog in Ravna (Timacum Minus)
The necropolises of the Roman fortification and settlement Timacum Minus, in the village of Ravna, near Knja'evac, were partially explored by systematical and rescue archaeological excavations. The most extensively explored was the part of the Late Roman necropolis on the eastern slope of the Slog hill, about 400m west of the fortification, where 80 graves from this period have been investigated. The analysis of the human osteological material, and the archaeological finds from thedoi:10.2298/sta1464087p fatcat:fv7klwt4svc2lkhhjrfmlkt2pa