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The “Roman house” represents remains of an ancient structure unearthed at the foundation level. It was built in late 2nd or early 3rd century and lasted throughout the 4th century. It was made from stone and brick, using the alternate laying technique (opus mixtum)....

The finds dating from the medieval period mostly include ceramic pots, tools, jewellery, and coins. The only architectural remains uncovered to date represent a large kiln for calcination of stone into lime, used for production of plaster needed for construction of the fort. Interestingly enough,...

In his written account of the Outer Ward in front of Golubac Fortress, Evliya Chelebi, a 17th century Turkish explorer, recounted a number of buildings, amongst others the hammam (bathhouse)built by Mahmud-Pasha, who conquered Golubac Fortress in 1458. Golubac hammam was a gendered space and...