Agrij Valley Survey

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - Introduction

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - Introduction

Initiated in 2015, the Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey is a collaboration between scholars of the Transylvania Alive Association for Cultural Heritage, the Salaj County Museum of History and Art, the National Museum of Transylvania's History in Cluj-Napoca, and the University Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca. The AAAS is aimed at elucidating settlement patterns and land exploitation diachronically in an area of northwestern Romania defined by two adjacent river valleys....(click header for more information).

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - introduction to archaeological work at Bozna, 2015

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - introduction to archaeological work at Bozna, 2015

The Vranița Hill above the village of Bozna (comuna of Treznea) is the site of an archaeological complex with a known Hallstatt phase and a suspected Roman phase. Transylvania Alive is collaborating with colleagues from the Salaj County Museum of History and Art, the National Museum of Transylvanian History, and the University Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca to survey and excavate portions of the site. 

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - video on excavations at Bozna

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey - video on excavations at Bozna

Cora Brumaru made a great short video about the 2015 summer excavations at Bozna....
 

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey – summer 2015. Preliminary results of the Geophysical survey and pilot excavations on Vranița Hill, Bozna village (com. Treznea)

Agrij-Almașu Archaeological Survey – summer 2015. Preliminary results of the Geophysical survey and pilot excavations on Vranița Hill, Bozna village (com. Treznea)

The collaboration between Eric De Sena (Transylvania Alive), Daniel Deac (Salaj County Museum of History and Art), Felix Marcu (National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj-Napoca), and George Cupcea (University Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca) at the archaeological site on Vranița Hill in Bozna village (comuna Treznea) has yielded very good results.