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Salt spring attractors in Moldavia during the Eneolithic
Salt spring attractors in Moldavia during the Hallstatt period
Salt spring attractors in Moldavia during Antiquity

The three major salt attractors from the Moldavian piedmont during the Eneolithic, the Hallstatt period, and Antiquity.
From north to south: Solca-Cacica (Suceava County), Lunca (Neamț County), Negritești (Neamț County), and Poduri (Bacău County).

 
The Solca-Cacica attractor during the Eneolithic

The salt attractor from Solca-Cacica during the Eneolithic (magenta: Precucuteni sites; blue: Cucuteni sites).

 
The Lunca attractor during the Neolithic

Ethnoarchaeological model of brine distribution around the salt springs from Lunca.
Conception: M. Alexianu. Graphics: A. Asăndulesei and R.-Ș. Balaur.

 
The Lunca attractor during the Neolithic

Ethnoarchaeological model of brine distribution around the salt springs from Lunca.
Conception: M. Alexianu. Graphics: A. Asăndulesei and R.-Ș. Balaur.

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