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Stig a Part of the Hungarian Plains in Southern Serbia
The northern part of Serbia, Vojvodina, is mainly a flatland, while the central and southern regions are mountainous. The plains are in the Great Hungarian Plain and its brims: Ma?va, Posavina, Pomoravlje, Stig and Negotinska krajina in southern Serbia. Serbia has 55 per cent of arable land, while 27 per cent is covered by forests. There are 15 mountain peaks reaching over 2,000 metres, the highest being ?eravica on Prokletije.
Klicevac in Stig
Klicevac is situated in the Balkan peninsula, approximately 100 Km east of the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. This village of 1500 inhabitants is on the shores of the river Danube, a second largest European river. It is distant from 24km of the town of Pozarevac. The town of Kostolac situated near Viminacium, the former capital of the roman province of upper Moesia is 8km away and the fortress of Ram, build by the Turkish at the end of 15th century, is 9km away from here.
Klicevac is the birthplace of the voïvode Milenko Stojkovic, hero of the first Serb insurrection against the Turkish occupant.
Klicevac is known for archeological sites of prehistoric, Roman and old-Slavic time. One of the great finds is the idol of Klicevac, it is a clay statuette found in 1881 and dating from the age of bronze (1500 to 1000 years before our time).
At the end of 2003 in the northern parts of Stig at Brest, in the village of Re?ica, during a farmers activities, a stone sarcophagus was discovered. It was forced open and probably robbed on discovery. The curator of the National Museum in Požarevac conducted a salvage investigation after this and found a bronze coin of Antonia Pia and the remains of a textile containing golden thread. The investigation of the region from Viminacium to Lederata, with the emphasis on the villages of Re?ica and Kli?evac, has revealed a series of sites which indicate the high density of settlements in the region, which belonged to the legion 12 Claudiae and the district of Viminacium. In the context of the other finds this sarcophagus constitutes a significant addition to the future geographical and demograpic history of the wider territory of Viminacium. The type of burial and the remains of luxurious textiles decorated with golden thread indicate that the dead person was of high social status and of eastern origin. In the absence of more reliable data, the burial has been dated to between the 3rd and first half of the 4th century. The discovery of the sarcophagus, close to the route from Viminacium to Lederata, in the light of new archaeological and topographic information, indicates that the area was densely populated and that it had a very important place in the economic and cultural life of Viminacium.
Search for source rocks of the crude oils of the Drmno depression (southern part of the Pannonian Basin, Serbia).
Then we can move to another aspect making Stig in Serbia known. Within the science of oil and gas this region pops up again.
In oil and gas exploration studies, the identification of petroleum source rocks and
their relationship with oils originating from known oil fields (organic geochemical
oil-source rock correlation) is one of the most important tasks. Following the petroleum
system concept of Magoon andDow,1 exploration of any oil field should not be considered
complete until the location of source rocks has been identified and the source rock potential
has been estimated.
The exact location of the source rocks of the oils obtained from the Drmno depression
oil fields (the district of Stig in Serbia), is not yet fully and reliably known.
Hence, this locality has not yet been completely explored.
Technibond Large Bronze Coin Ring
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