Očkov mound (Očkovská mohyla)

Region: Region Trenčín (Trenčiansky kraj)
District: Nové Mesto nad Váhom
City / Municipality: Očkov
Latitude:48° 39' 35.774639999964" / 48.65993739999999
Longitude:17° 45' 30.729960000054" / 17.758536100000015
Included in categories: Museums, Historical places and monuments
Očkov mound - Očkov, Slovakia Očkov mound (Očkovská mohyla) is a unique monument of international significance. It is the place where meets the history of different periods: Paleolithic - the older Stone Age (2.6 million. - 8000 years BC) The Ockov Mound is proof of the presence of people from the oldest periods of human society - the Paleolithic, as evidenced by the finds of stone tools in the vicinity of the mound. Mound with the chieftain of Velatická Culture from the Bronze Agee (1250-1000 BC) In the mound was buried probably in the 12th century chieftain of Velatická Culture (Velatická kultúra). The people of this culture inhabited the territory of today's  Lower Austria, Western Hungary and southwestern Slovakia. The mound in Očkov from  period of Velatická culture was the first discovery of its kind. The excavation of the tomb chamber is reconstructed on the basis of the founding circumstances. The burial ground (2nd - 4th centuries AD) People began to bury their deceased at the moundin the fourth ... ... Read more

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