The Rhyton From Danilo
Structure and Symbolism of A Middle Neolithic Cult-VesseleBook - 2011
The so called rhyton from Danilo, an archaeological site near the coastal town of Sibenik in Dalmatia, Croatia, is a four-legged Neolithic vessel made of fired clay that according to the consensus of archaeological opinion was most likely a cult vessel used in rituals of unknown origin and content. ""Danilo Culture"" is the eponymous name bestowed on a culture flourishing in the period from about 5500-4500 BC at Danilo and at some neighbouring sites. This culture had great influence along the eastern Adriatic coast and its hinterland and produced a significant number of these vessels. Rhyta, w.
Publisher: Havertown : Oxbow Books, 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource (233 pages)