Glasinac culture

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Extent of Glasinac culture

The Glasinac culture (Serbo-Croatian: Glasinačka kultura) or Glasinac group (Serbian: Гласиначка група) was an Iron Age archaeological culture named after the Glasinac locality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The area of the Glasinac culture included parts of present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania as well as entire present-day Montenegro. The culture is associated with the Autariatae, one of the most powerful Illyrian tribes.[1]

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  1. ^ Aleksandar Stipčević (1977). The Illyrians: history and culture. Noyes Press. p. 108. ISBN 978-0-8155-5052-5. 

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