Collection titleTrenutak spoznaje
First broadcast date06/08/2006
AbstractThe archaeological site of Vučedol is located along the banks of the Danube, some 5 kilometres downstream from Vukovar, and is one of the most significant sites of the Eneolithic period. What makes it so significant is the fact that the valuable excavations gave a clear profile of the entire period. Consequently, this Eneolithic culture was named after its place of origin – the Vučedol culture. Once discovered, Vučedol remained a focus for archaeologists, and became a crucial site in all attempts at understanding the complex processes of changing social and economic relations during the transformation from the Copper to the Bronze Age. At its peak, the Vučedol culture spread across a large area of some 700 kilometres, within the borders of 10 modern European countries: the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, and Albania.
- HRT - Own production
BroadcasterHRT - HRT
Audiovisual formEducational programme
- Durman Aleksandar
- Tourism and cultural sites / Museum
- Tourism and cultural sites / Archaeological sites
Credits / Cast
- Šandrić Vjekoslav - Director
- Stipančev Jozefina - Journalist
Period of events
- From -5000 to -1000
- Croatia - Central Croatia - Vučedol
Media running time25m14
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