Location: west of faca pesceri
Entrance altitude: 90/91MASL
Cave formation: Horizontal
Main research years
Occupation eras and dates
MP, UP, Late Copper Age, Iron Age
Milanovac, Donji. 2015. Caves in the Djerdap National Park. (ed) Calic, J. Republic of Serbia Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection. pp84-89.
The entrance is about 4.5m high and 4m wide as the base, it has a small terrace in front of the entrance, the first 15m of the interior of the cave is relatively flat. Along the southern wall at 15m in from the entrance are two chimneys the first is 2m high and the second is 3m. the cave extends upwards toward the back of the cave and it extends steeply for about 6m.
Research Chronicles and date:
In the trench excavated in 2005, 5 layers were excavated:
layer 1- grey black fine charcoal.
Layer 2- karst rock fragments.
Layer 3- small hearth feature.
Layer 4- yellowish brown silt.
Layer 5- large blocks of limestone rubble. A diagnostic find of a Dufour pointed bladelet is characteristic of the protoaurignacian taxonomic unit.
It is very likely that apart from humans, predatory animals also contributed to the accumulation of this faunal assemblage, intimitantely using the cave as a den.