Balkan Cave Archaeology excavations in Mala Pecina came to an end. The Cardiff University SHARE team in collaboration with the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb manage to work in a rough terrain for three and a half weeks excavating EN and MN deposits.
Mala Pecina comes to provide raw data for the Balkan Cave Archaeology research and for now on will work as a main anchor point to test the theoretical ideas that have been set as research hypothesis after looking and cataloguing more than 140 Neolithic Cave sites from the South East Europe.
Excavations in Mala Pecina would not be successful without the great efforts of the Cardiff University students and the support of the Archaeological Museum of Zagreb, the Cardiff University and the British Cave research association.
Balkan Cave Archaeology is going for two more weeks fieldwork in Greece now. More to come.