Hajialili II

Evidence: Eneolithic | Bronze Age | Iron Age | Antique | Albanian | Medieval | Post-Medieval

The site consists of a single phase, which had been damaged by agricultural activity, with most of the upper portions of features having been destroyed. Pottery was found in the ploughsoil throughout the excavated area; the principal features are listed in Table 15.

The majority of pottery vessels from the site are unglazed and represented by fragments of bardags, milk jug-shaped pots, bowls, dopu-type pots and storage jars. Storage jar sherds predominate. The material ranges from the 3rd to 14th centuries AD in date, but is mostly from the 3rd to 9th centuries.


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