Rudna Glava (Ore Head) is a mining site in present-day eastern Serbia that demonstrates one of the earliest evidences of European copper mining and metallurgy, dating to the 5th millennium BC. Shafts were cut into the hillside, with scaffolding constructed for easy access to the veins of ore. It belongs to the Vinča culture, as is shown by pottery-finds. In 1983, Rudna Glava was added to the Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance list, protected by Republic of Serbia. Another early mine is located at Ai Bunar near Stara Zagora in Bulgaria.

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  • Rudna Glava (Ore Head) is a mining site in present-day eastern Serbia that demonstrates one of the earliest evidences of European copper mining and metallurgy, dating to the 5th millennium BC. Shafts were cut into the hillside, with scaffolding constructed for easy access to the veins of ore. It belongs to the Vinča culture, as is shown by pottery-finds. In 1983, Rudna Glava was added to the Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance list, protected by Republic of Serbia. Another early mine is located at Ai Bunar near Stara Zagora in Bulgaria. (en)
  • Le site archéologique de Rudna Glava (en serbe cyrillique : Археолошки локалитет Рудна Глава ; en serbe latin : Arheološki lokalitet Rudna Glava) est situé sur le territoire du village de Rudna Glava, près de Majdanpek, en Serbie. Cet ancien site minier remonte au Chalcolithique et à l'Antiquité. En raison de son importance, il figure sur la liste des sites archéologiques d'importance exceptionnelle de la République de Serbie. (fr)
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  • Rudna Glava (Ore Head) is a mining site in present-day eastern Serbia that demonstrates one of the earliest evidences of European copper mining and metallurgy, dating to the 5th millennium BC. Shafts were cut into the hillside, with scaffolding constructed for easy access to the veins of ore. It belongs to the Vinča culture, as is shown by pottery-finds. In 1983, Rudna Glava was added to the Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance list, protected by Republic of Serbia. Another early mine is located at Ai Bunar near Stara Zagora in Bulgaria. (en)
  • Le site archéologique de Rudna Glava (en serbe cyrillique : Археолошки локалитет Рудна Глава ; en serbe latin : Arheološki lokalitet Rudna Glava) est situé sur le territoire du village de Rudna Glava, près de Majdanpek, en Serbie. Cet ancien site minier remonte au Chalcolithique et à l'Antiquité. En raison de son importance, il figure sur la liste des sites archéologiques d'importance exceptionnelle de la République de Serbie. (fr)
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  • Rudna Glava (archaeological site) (en)
  • Site archéologique de Rudna Glava (fr)
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