Black Sea Basin Joint Operational Programme

Black Sea - Unity and Diversity in the Roman Antiquity

Name
City of Ibida
Description
The archaeological remains discovered on Slava's territory – inside and outside the locality – date from the Upper Paleolithic (Aurignacian), Eneolithic (Gumelnița culture), Bronze Age, Iron Age – Hallstatt and Latène, Roman and Roman-Byzantine Age, early and late Middle Ages; the most important are the Roman and Roman-Byzantine remains (1st century AD - beginning of the 7th century AD). Situated on the valley of Slava, the fortress from Slava Rusă was identified by V. Pârvan as polis Ibida, mentioned by Procopius from Ceasarea among the fortresses restored by Justinian (De aed. IV, 7), a name subsequently corrected by Aricescu based on a reference of Theophylactus Simocata – where Libidinon polin comes out- turning into Libida, Libidum or Libidina.

By corroborating the epigraphic data with constructive and archaeological observations one may indicate the Tetrarch age as the time of lifting the large fortified belt from Slava Rusă (Licinius - Constantine the Great) probably starting from a nucleus – a Getic oppidum. Regarding the moment of late fortification lifting the data is not very clear – one fact is that it worked until the early 7th century. The systematic archaeological excavations in the Fortress of Ibida was initiated in 2001.
Country, Region, Locality
Romania, Dobrogea, Slava Cercheza
Coordinates
44.85431100, 28.59045300
Ancient region
moesia inferior
Ancient name
polis ibida
Type of evidences
fortress and necropolis
Chronology
Ist-VIInt century B.C.
History of researchers
1885, D. Butculescu, National Museum of Antiquities Bucarest (today Institute of Archaeology), Resultats: -

Year(s): 1897
Research Directory: P. Polonic
Institution (s) : National Museum of Antiquities Bucarest (today institut of Archaeology)
Resultats: -

Year(s): 1917
Research Directory: Iconomof (Bulgarian lieutenant)
Institution (s) :
Resultats: a series of diggings inside the fortress uncovering a trinave basilica.

Year(s): 1926
Research Directory: G.G. Mateescu
Institution (s) : University of Cluj
Resultats:?

Year(s): 1953
Research Directory: subcollective from Histria site
Institution (s) : National Museum of Antiquities Bucarest (today institute of Archaeology)
Resultats: three small surveys located to the N and W, outside the enclosure; the discoveries consisted of Getic and Roman-Byzantine pottery fragments, bricks, while Roman bronze and Roman-Byzantine.

Year(s): 1977
Research Directory: Al. S. Stefan
Institution (s) : Direction of Historical Monuments, Bucharest
Resultats: Applying the photogrammetry processes in archaeological research, Al. S. Ştefan was able to restore the plan of the archaeological area from Slava Rusă.

Year(s): 1988
Research Directory: A. Opait
Institution (s) : „Delta Danube” Museum Tulcea (today Ecomuseum Research Institute Tulcea)
Resultats: observation of the stratigraphy in the city :the presence of seven levels of living, the first three belonging to the early Roman period (2nd -3rd cent.) and the other four to the Roman-Byzantine period (4th -7th cent.)

Year(s): 198
Research Directory: A. Opait
Institution (s) : „Delta Danube” Museum Tulcea (today Ecomuseum Research Institute Tulcea)
Resultats: observation of the stratigraphy in the city :the presence of seven levels of living, the first three belonging to the early Roman period (2nd -3rd cent.) and the other four to the Roman-Byzantine period (4th -7th cent.)
Project name
(L)IBIDA. UNA CITTA AI CONFINI DELL’IMPERO
Project description
The protocol for the implementation of the Project (L)Ibida. Una citta ai confini dell’Impero was signed by the two parties – the Institute of Eco-Museal Research and Università degli Studi di Sassari (Sardinia) in January 2013 for an initial period of 4 years. The project entails the participation of the Romanian and Italian teams in the interdisciplinary research of the fortified city of Ibida and its territory, by the application of modern methods, less frequently employed in the Romanian archaeology: the elaboration of a digital cartographic framework and of a GIS application, the photointerpretation of air and satellite imagery, electromagnetic surveys, palaeo-environmental studies, DNA analyses. The results of the research will be published as co-authored papers in scientific journals in Romania and Italy, and at the end of the four-year cooperation we shall organize an international conference and the monograph of the site will be published.

The protocol for the implementation of the Project (L)Ibida. Una citta ai confini dell’Impero was signed by the two parties – the Institute of Eco-Museal Research and Università degli Studi di Sassari (Sardinia) in January 2013 for an initial period of 4 years. The project will be financed from the Italian part by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research and the Autonomous Region of Sardinia. The project entails the participation of the Romanian and Italian teams in the interdisciplinary research of the fortified city of Ibida and its territory, by the application of modern methods, less frequently employed in the Romanian archaeology: the elaboration of a digital cartographic framework and of a GIS application, the photointerpretation of air and satellite imagery, electromagnetic surveys, palaeo-environmental studies, DNA analyses. The results of the research will be published as co-authored papers in scientific journals in Romania and Italy, and at the end of the four-year cooperation we shall organize an international conference and the monograph of the site will be published.
The management of the Project is undertaken by researchers Mihaela Iacob and Dorel Paraschiv from ICEM from the Romanian part and professors Alessandro Teatini and Antonio Ibba from the University of Sassari from the Italian part. The Romanian team includes researchers and professors from the Archaeology Institute of Iași, the „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași (Faculty of History and Faculty of Biology), the „Fr. Rainer” Insitute of Anthropology of Bucharest, the „Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology of Bucharest, the „Dunărea de Jos” University of Galați, the National History Museum of Romania of Bucharest, and the „Moldova” National Museums Complex of Iași.
The Italian team includes six professors from the University of Sassari, a specialist in palaeo-Christian archaeology from Pontifical Commission of Sacred Archaeology and one specialist in palaeo-anthropology from the University Health Network of Taranto. The research will also involve postgraduate, graduate and undergraduate students from the partner Italian university.
This is the first agreement of scientific cooperation in the field of archaeology signed between an Italian and a Romanian institution that regards the research of a site from Romania.
Research directors
Mihaela Iacob, ICEM Tulcea – director, numismatist
Dorel Paraschiv, ICEM Tulcea – director, archaeology, ceramics
Alessandro Teatini, University of Sassari – director, archaeology, town planing
Antonio Ibba, University of Sassari – director, epigaphy
Team members
George Nuţu, ICEM Tulcea – lamps, small finds;
Marian Mocanu, ICEM Tulcea -, archaeology, Roman ceramics
Costel Chiriac, Institute of Archaeology, Iasi - the analysis of the archaeological finds – sphragistics, glass, gems,
Dan Aparaschivei, Institute of Archaeology, Iasi - the analysis of the archaeological finds: small finds, bronze
Alexander Rubel- Institute of Archaeology, Iasi - epigraphy
Sever Boțan - Institute of Archaeology, Iasi- the analysis of the archaeological finds: glass
Andrei Opaiţ - Institute of Archaeology, Iasi – Roman ceramics
Lucian Munteanu - Institute of Archaeology, Iasi – medieval numismatics
George Bilavschi – Institute of Archaeology, Iasi
Lucreţiu Mihăilescu-Bîrliba - “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University, Iasi – Faculty of History (2002 - present).
Research Institutions
Archaeology Institute of Iași,
„Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași (Faculty of History and Faculty of Biology),
„Fr. Rainer” Insitute of Anthropology of Bucharest,
„Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology of Bucharest,
„Dunărea de Jos” University of Galați,
National History Museum of Romania of Bucharest
„Moldova” National Museums Complex of Iași.
Pontifical Commission of Sacred Archaeology
University Health Network of Taranto.
Funding bodies
Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Italy, the Ministry of Education - Italy, Universities and Research and the Autonomous Region of Sardinia – Italy; Eco-Museum Institute Research Tulcea – Romania..
Bibliography
http://www.arheologie-ibida.eu/bibliografie-i5

General Bibliography
Pârvan, V. 1912, Ulmetum I. Descoperirile primei campanii de săpături din vara anului 1911, AARMSI 2, 34, p.497 – 607.
Pârvan, V. 1923, Începuturile vieţii romane la Gurile Dunării, Bucureşti.
Pârvan, V. 1924, Nuove considerazioni sul vescovato della Scizia Minore, Rendiconti della Pont. Accad. Rom. di Archeol. 2.
Pârvan, V. 1926, Getica. O protoistorie a Daciei, Bucureşti.
Barnea, I. 1968, Perioada Dominatului (sec. IV - VII), în Vulpe, R., Barnea, I., Din istoria Dobrogei. II. Romanii la Dunărea de Jos,București.
Suceveanu, Al., Barnea, Al. 1991, La Dobroudja Roumaine - București.

Special Bibliography
Polonic, P. mss., Raportul asupra cercetărilor din Dobrogea pe linia Caranasuf- Babadag, 11 noiembrie 1897, în Arhiva Gr. Tocilescu; Cetăţi din interiorul Dobrogei, Arhiva P. Polonic, Biblioteca Academiei Române, 5131, f. 38; 43; idem, mss., 7, caiet 4, f. 34 - 36; idem, mss., I, varia f. 153/1.
Moisil, C., 1909, O nouă diplomă militară romană, BCMI 2, 3, p. 113 – 114.
Netzhammer, R., 1909, Aus Rumänien, I, Einsiedeln (traducere: Din România, București, 2010), p. 326-331.
Moisil, C., 1916, Monete şi tezaure monetare, BSNR 12, 27, p. 42, nr. 63.
Netzhammer, R., 1918, Die christlichen Altertümer der Doubruscha, Bucureşti (trad. Antichitățile creștine din Dobrogea, București, 2005), p. 137-140.
Vulpe, R. 1930, În amintirea lui G. G. Mateescu, Analele Dobrogei 11, p. 125.
Ştefan, Gh. şi colab. 1954, Şantierul arheologic Histria (r. Histria, reg. Constanţa), SCIV 5, 1 - 2, p.110 – 117.
Aricescu, A. 1971, Despre numele antic al aşezării de la Slava Rusă, BMI 40, 3, p.58 – 60.
Barnea, I. 1977, Les monuments paléochrétiens de Roumanie, Vatican, p. 178-179, 216-217.
Ştefan, Al. S., 1977, Cetatea romană de la Slava Rusă (Libida?). Cercetările aerofotografice şi apărarea patrimoniului arheologic, RMM - MIA, 46. 1, p. 3 - 22.
Doruţiu-Boilă, Em., 1979, Despre localizarea oraşului Libidina (Theopylactos Symocattes, Istorii I, 8), StCl 18, p. 145 – 149.
Doruţiu-Boilă, E. 1980, Inscripţiile din Scythia Minor, V, Capidava – Troemis – Noviodunum, Bucureşti, p. 242-250, nr. 223-232.
Opaiţ, A., Opaiţ, C., Bănică, T. 1990, Complexul monastic paleocreştin de la Slava Rusă, RMI 59,1, p. 18 - 28.
Opaiţ, A., Opaiţ, C., Bănică, T. 1990 (1992), Das ländliche Territorium der Stadt Ibida 2.-7. Jh.) und einige Betrachtungen zum Lebem auf dem land an der Unteren Donau, in Pillinger, R., Pülz, A., Vetters, H. (eds.), Die Schwarzmeerküste in der Spätantike und im frühen Mittelalter, Wien 1992, p.103-112, Tafeln 17-20.
Opaiţ, A., 1991, O săpătură de salvare în oraşul antic Ibida, SCIVA 42, 1 - 2, p. 21 - 56.
Opaiţ, A., Opaiţ, Cristina, Bănică, T. 1990 (1992), Der frühchristliche Komplex von Slava Rusă, in A. Pültz, H. Vetters (eds.), Die Schwartzmerküste in der Spätantike und frühen Mittelalter. Referate des dritten bulgarisch-österreichischen Symposions, Wien 1992, p. 113-122, Tafeln 21-27;
Madgearu, Al., 1999, Few Notes on Two Placenames of Getic Origin in Procopius, De Aedificiis, Thraco-Dacica 20, 1 - 2, p. 309 – 311.

Numismatics:
1.Iacob, Mihaela, 2002, La circulation monétaire à Ibida, Scythie Mineure (IVe – Ve siècles), in INCC 2001, Proceedings of the 3rd International Numismatic Congress in Croatia, Pula, october 2001, Pula , p. 61 – 71;
2.Iacob, Mihaela, 2004, Le trésor de solidi romans-byzantins découvert à Ibida (Scythie Mineure), în Simpozion de Numismatică organizat cu ocazia comemorării sfântului Ştefan cel Mare, domn al Moldovei (1504 - 2004), Chişinău, 2004, p. 75 – 80;
3.Iacob, Mihaela, 2009, La circulation monétaire à (L)Ibida ( Mésie Inférieure) du Ve jusqu’au début du VIIe siécle, in Conference internationale Byzantine Coins in Central Europe between the 5th and 10th Century, Krakow, 23 – 26 April. 2007, p. 61-79.
4.Iacob, Mihaela, 2011, Le monete raccontano la storia di una città. Il caso della polis Ibida (Moesia Inferiore/Scythia Minore), in Preatti del I Workshop Internazionale di Numismatica „Numismatica e Archeologia. Monete, stratigrafie e contesti. Dati a confronto”, Roma 2011, p. 241-247.
5. Custurea, G. 2004-2005, Date noi privind circulația monedei bizantine (sec. VI-VII p.Chr.), Pontica 37-38, p. 491-501, nr. 70-102 și p. 524-525.
6. Custurea, Gabriel 2012, Monede bizantine recent descoperite în Dobrogea (sec. VI-VII p.Chr.), Pontica 45, p. 628-629, nr. 132-154.
7. Iacob, Mihaela, Mateevici, Natalia, Paraschiv, D. 2013, Descoperiri de epocă greacă în zona Slavelor. Documentaţia numismatică şi arheologică, Vladimir Iliescu, Decebal Nedu (eds), In Memoriam Vasile Lica (sub tipar).
8. Costea, Iuliana, The Ottoman Coins Discovered at Slava Rusa, Tulcea County, (mss)
Paleoantropology, funerary rite and ritual
9.Miriţoiu N. & Soficaru, A. D. 2003, Studiul antropologic al osemintelor din cavoul romano-bizantin „Tudorca” de la Slava Rusă (antica Ibida), Peuce, S.N., I (XIV), p. 511-530.
10.Soficaru, A. D. , Miriţoiu, N., Sultana, N. , Gătej, Mihaela, Constantinescu, M. 2004, Analiza antropologică a osemintelor descoperite în campania din 2002, în necropola romano-bizantină de la Slava Rusă (jud. Tulcea), Peuce, S.N., II (XV), p. 329-386.
11.Paraschiv, D., Doboş, A., Popescu, G. 2006, Un mormânt de epocă romană timpurie descoperit la (L)Ibida, in L. Mihãilescu-Bîrliba, O. Bounegru (Eds.), Studia historiae et religionis daco-romanae. In honorem Silvii Sanie, Ed. Academiei Române, Bucureşti, pp. 401-408.
12.Soficaru, A. D. 2007, Propunere pentru o tipologie uniformă a mormintelor romano-bizantine din Dobrogea, Peuce, S. N. V, p. 297-312.
13.Soficaru, A. D. 2007, Anthropological researches regarding the Roman-Byzantine province, Scythia, Annuaire Roumaine d`Anthropologie, 43-44, Bucarest, 2006-2007, p. 9-14.
14. Soficaru, A. D. 2012, Populaţia provinciei Scythia în perioada romano-bizantină (sf. sec. III - înc. sec. VII), Editura Universităţii “Al. I. Cuza”, Iaşi.
15. Aparaschivei, D. Iacob, Mihaela, Soficaru, A, Paraschiv, D. 2012, Aspects of Everyday Life in Scythia Minor Reflected in Some Funerary Discoveries from Ibida (Slava Rusă, Tulcea County), in Raluca Kogălniceanu, Roxana-Gabriela Curcă, Mihai Gligor, Susan Stratton (eds.), Homines, Funera, Astra. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Funerary Anthropology, Alba Iulia, 5-8 June 2011, Sibiu, BAR International Series 2410, p. 169-182.
16. Rubel, A., Soficaru, A.D. 2012, Infant Burials in Roman Dobrudja. A report of work in progress:The case of Ibida (Slava Rusă), in Raluca Kogălniceanu, Roxana-Gabriela Curcă, Mihai Gligor, Susan Stratton (eds.), Homines, Funera, Astra. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Funerary Anthropology, Alba Iulia, 5-8 June 2011, Sibiu, BAR International Series 2410, p. 163-168.

Ceramics:
17. Paraschiv, D. 2010, La céramique romaine tardive de (L)Ibida (Scythie Mineure, Romanie). Considérations preliminaires, in Santoro S., Pasquinucci, M., Menchelli, S., LRCW 3. III-rd International Conference on Late Roman Coarse Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry. Comparison between Western and Eastern Mediterranean, Parma – Pisa, 26 – 30 march 2008, BAR I.S., Oxford 2010, 1001-4.
18. Opaiţ, A., Paraschiv, D. 2012, Rare amphora finds in the city and territory of (L)Ibida (1st-6th centuries AD). Part I, in RCRF Acta 42, Bonn, 113-124.
19. Paraschiv, D. 2013, Amphores d’Heraclée du Pont en Dobroudja, 4th International Congress of Black Sea Antiquities. The Bosphorus: Gateway between the Ancient West and East (1st Millennium BC – 5 th Century AD), 2009, Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities Istanbul, 14th–18th September 2009,(Gocha R. Tsetskhladze et al. eds.), BAR S2517, p. 213-217.
20.Paraschiv, D. Amphores ouest-pontiques romano-byzantines découvertes à (L)Ibida, LRCW 4. IV-rd International Conference on Late Roman Coarse Wares and Amphorae in the Mediterranean: Archaeology and Archaeometry, Thessaloniki 2011 (in print).
21. Opaiţ, A., Paraschiv, D. On the wine, olive oil, and fish supply of the countryside in Roman Dobrudja (1st-3rd centuries AD), în L. Buzoianu (ed.), PATABS III. Production and Trade of Amphorae in the Black Sea. Actes de la Table Ronde Internationale de Constanţa, 2009 (2014), (sub tipar).
22. Nuţu, G, Mihailescu-Bîrliba, L. 2012, Early Byzantine Lamps from (L)Ibida. Province of Scythia. In: I. Motsianos (Ed.), Lighting in Byzantium, Round Table in Thessaloniki, october 2011, BAR IS, Oxford, 2012 (in print).
23. Mocanu, M. 2011, Consideraţii privind ceramica de masă de la (L)Ibida. Studiu de caz. Sectorul Extramuros vest III, Peuce S.N. 9, 2011, p. 225 – 252.
24. Mocanu, M. 2011, Ceramica romană târzie cu decor ştampilat descoperită la (L?)Ibida, Pontica 44, 2011, p. 293 - 310.
25. Mocanu, M. 2012, Late roman Fine Ware with stamped decoration discovered at (?L)ibida (Province of Scythia), RCRFActa, 42, Bonn 2012, p. 107 - 112.
26. Honcu, Șt., Late Roman-Early Byzantine Kitchenware from Ibida-Curtain G and Tower 8, RCRF Acta 43, Bonn, 2014 (sub tipar).

Small finds:
27.Aparaschivei, D., Vasilache, Viorica, Sandu, I. 2011, Interdisciplinary Study of Metal Artifacts to Discover the Site Ibida, Romania în volumul Expoziţiei Europene a Creaţiei şi Inovării-EUROINVENT, Iaşi, 12-14 mai 2011, p. 307-312.
28. Aparaschivei, D., Vasilache, V., Sandu, I. 2011, Scientific Investigation on Ancient Jeweles Found in Ibida Site, Romania in International Journal of Conservation Science, 2, 2, April-June 2011, p. 117-126.
29. Aparaschivei, D., Vasilache, V., Sandu, I. 2012, A Study on Specific Archaeometric Characteristics of Garment Accesories Found in the Ibida Site, Romania, in International Journal of Conservation Science, 3, 1, p. 23-32.
30. Aparaschivei, D., Vasilache, V. 2012, Instrumentarul medical şi/sau de cosmetică din Moesia Inferior, in Pontica, 45, p. 279-310.
Archaeological research:
31. Mihăilescu-Bîrliba, L. 2003, Résultats préliminaires des fouilles d’Ibida, secteur Extra-Muros, în Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica, 9, p. 329-336.
32. Doboş, A., Iacob, Mihaela, Paraschiv, D. 2005, Descoperiri paleolitice în nordul Dobrogei, Studii de Preistorie 2, p. 215-9.
33. Aparaschivei, D. 2009, Cercetările arheologice de la (L?)Ibida (Slava Rusă, jud. Tulcea), Sector X (campania 2008) (I), în Arheologia Moldovei, XXXII, p. 167-182.
34. Paraschiv, D, Mocanu, M. 2010, Un édifice publique découvert à (L)Ibida, in M. V. Angelescu, I. Achim, A. Bâltâc, V. Rusu-Bolindeţ, V. Bottez, Antiquitas istro-pontica. Mélanges d’archéologie et d’histoire ancienne offerts à Alexandru Suceveanu, Cluj-Napoca, p. 537-50.
35. Paraschiv, D., Mocanu, M., Chiriac, C. 2010, (L)Ibida – precisions stratigraphiques et chronologiques, in V. Atanasov (ed.). The River and the Time, Tutrakan, p. 107-16.

Inscriptions:
36. Mihăilescu-Bîrliba, L. Paraschiv, D. 2004, Eine „wiederentdeckung” Inscrift zu Ibida (Moesia Inferior), in G. Németh, I. Piso (eds.), Epigraphica II. Mensa rotunda Dacicae Pannonicaeqve, Hungarian Polis Studies 11, Debrecen, 163-8.
37. Mihăilescu-Bîrliba, L. 2008, Un nouveau diplôme militaire de Mésie Inférieure, Dacia N. S. 51, p. 199-210.
38. Mihăilescu-Bîrliba, L. 2010, Une nouvelle inscription d’Ibida (Slava Rusă, dép. de Tulcea), Pontica 43, 377-385.
39. Mihăilescu-Bîrliba, L. 2011, La cité romaine du Haut-Empire d’Ibida (Mésie Inférieure). Considérations historiques selon le dossier épigraphique, Studia Antiqua et Archaeologica 17, 83-143.
40. Rubel, A. 2008, Eine Besitzemarke aus Moesia Inferior und die römische Militärpräesenz in Ibida (Slava Rusă), Archäologischer Anzeiger, Heft 2, p. 1-8.

Archaeozoology:
41. Stanc, Simina 2003, Analiza arheozoologică a materialului recoltat în anul 2002. Slava Rusă, în Cronica cercetărilor arheologice din România. Campania 2002. A XXXVII-a sesiune naţională de rapoarte arheologice Covasna, , Bucureşti, p. 299-300.
42.Stanc, Simina 2005, Studiul resturilor faunistice de la Slava Rusă, în Cronica cercetărilor arheologice din România, campania 2004, Bucureşti, p. 354, 355, 497, 498.
43.Stanc Simina, 2005, Studiul arheozoologic al materialului prelevat de la Slava Rusă (Baza 3), Peuce, serie nouă II (XV) (2004), Tulcea, p. 311-328.
44.Bejenaru, Luminiţa, Stanc, Simina 2005, Archaeozoological Characteristics of the Byzantine Period with Reference to Area between the Danube and the Black Sea, în Etnic contacts and cultural exchanges north and west of the Black Sea”, Iaşi, p. 471-479.
45. Stanc, Simina 2006, Relatiile omului cu lumea animala. Arheozoologia secolelor IV-X pentru zonele extracarpatice de est si de sud ale Romaniei, Iasi, 297 p.
46. Stanc, Simina 2008, Analiza arheozoologică a resturilor faunistice din situl de la Slava Rusă, Cronica Cercetărilor arheologice din România – campania anului 2007, București, p. 285-286, 415- 416.
47. Stanc, Simina, Bejenaru, Luminiţa 2008, Fishing in the territory between the Danube and the Black Sea, in the IV-XVIIth centuries: archaeozoological data, Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi, s. Biologie animală, LIV, p. 273-277.
48. Stanc, Simina, Bejenaru, Luminiţa 2008, Diversity of the Wild Mammals, Hunted in the Medieval Settlements on the Romania`s Territory, Natura Montenegrina, Podgorica, 7(3), p. 337-351 (www.pmcg.co.me/Natura_Montenegrina.html).
49. Stanc, Simina, Radu, Valentin, Bejenaru, Luminita 2008, Analyse archeozoologique des restes de poissons provenant du site de Slava Rusă (Roumanie) in P. Bearez, S.Grouard, B. Clavel (eds.), Archéologie du poisson. 30 ans d`archeo-ichtyologie au CNRS. XXVIIIe Rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes, Antibes, p. 257-279.
50. Stanc, Simina, Radu, Valentin, Bejenaru, Luminița 2008, Analyse archeozoologique des restes de poissons provenant du site de Slava Rusă (Roumanie). In P. Bearez, S.Grouard, B. Clavel (eds.), Archéologie du poisson. 30 ans d`archeo-ichtyologie au CNRS. XXVIIIe Rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes, Antibes, p. 257-279.
51. Stanc, Simina 2009, Arheozoologia primului mileniu d.Hr. pentru teritoriul cuprins între Dunăre şi Marea Neagră, Iaşi, 305 p.
52. Stanc, Simina, Radu, Valentin, Bejenaru, Luminita 2009, Cyprinid fishing in Dobrudja (Romania) from prehistory to the Middle Ages, in D. Makowiecki, S. Hamilton-Dyer, I. Riddler, N. Trzaska-Nartowski & M. Makohonienko (eds.) Fishes - Culture - Environment Through Archaeoichthyology, Ethnography & History, the 15th Meeting of the ICAZ Fish Remains Working Group (FRWG), September 3-9, 2009 in Poznan & Torun, Poland, Srodowisko I Kultura (Environment and Culture) vol. 7. Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Poznan, 108-113.
53. Stanc, Simina, Bejenaru, Luminiţa, Popovici, Mariana 2010, The importance of Bos taurus species (artiodactyla: Bovidae) in paleoeconomy, from prehistory until the middle ages, on the romanian territory, Analele Şt. ale Univ.”Al.I. Cuza” Iaşi, LVI, 219-236. (http://journals.indexcopernicus.com/masterlist)
54. Stanc Simina, Bejenaru Luminița 2012, Economic Role of Pig (Sus scrofa domesticus) in Settlements of Eastern and South-Eastern Romania during the Past Two Millenia, in Interdisciplinarity Research in Archaeology. Proceedings of the First Arheoinvest Congress, 10–11 june 2011, Iasi, Romania, BAR (British Archaeological Reports), Oxford, p. 107-110.
55. Gorgan, L., Stefan, A., Bejenaru, Luminita, Cavaleriu, R., Stanc, Simina 2011. Preliminary Study of Molecular Variability for Neolithic Pig (Sus scrofa domesticus) from Romania Using the Cytochrome B. Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii „Al. I. Cuza” Iaşi, Sectiunea Genetica si Biologie Moleculara, Tom XII, p. 59-64.
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