Polish-Macedonian Excavations at Negotino Gradište. Preliminary Report 2009–2015

  • Wojciech Brillowski
  • Arkadiusz Koperkiewicz
  • Goran Sanev
  • Nicholas Sekunda


Negotino Gradište has been systematically excavated by a multi-national team since 2009. The site goes as far back as the 5th century BC. The earliest coin found at the site so far is a tetrobol of Acanthus, dating to ca. 525– 470 BC. Fourth-century, Hellenistic, and Roman levels have been excavated so far. There is a hiatus in settlement between the Late Hellenistic and Augustan periods. The site was deserted in the early 2nd century AD. Probably in the reign of Arcadius (AD 383–408) it was roughly fortified as a refuge settlement


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Brillowski, W., Koperkiewicz, A., Sanev, G., & Sekunda, N. (2015). Polish-Macedonian Excavations at Negotino Gradište. Preliminary Report 2009–2015. Archeologia, 66, 65-104. Pobrano z http://journals.iaepan.pl/arch/article/view/561