Location: close to Lepenski Vir
Entrance orientation: SSW
Entrance altitude: 245m
Cave formation: Horizontal
Main research years: 2004, 2013
Occupation eras and dates: Late Prehistoric, Copper Age, Iron Age
sources: Milanovac, Donji. 2015. Cave in the Djerdap National Park. (ed) Jalena, C. Republic of Serbian Ministry of Agricultural and Environmental Protection. pp51-55.
The entrance has a half elliptical, inclined cross section, 10 meters at the base and a height of 9 meters. There is limestone bedding, which is visible, located in the zone of a small fold at the entrance part of the passage. The passage gently ascends and the walls are eroding. Array in the central passage has a width of 1.5 meters; the floor has a dusty-clayey material with debris fragments, up to 1.5 meters.
Excavations in 2004 and 2013 produced 5 test pits in different areas of the cave.
Layer 1: Holocene layer , laminated grey/black fine coal.
Layer 2: older yellowish brown sediment that covered the cave bedrock. Limestone panels located at vertical orientation to the cave walls at the entrance; various thickness, greatly deeper in the cave.
A.a - This site is believed to have been used for the herding of sheep and goats, agropastoral.