The articles are of archaeological, historical and museological interest and are mainly related to the region of Banat, although some deal with Romanian and universal history as well
Jan. 1, 2022
A manuscript from the Florin Medeleț Fund at the MNaB is published (typed document, 9 A4 pages, undated,
transcribed by Valentin Cedică). The author, Ion Dragomir (Gornea, November 23, 1927 – Reşita, August 13,
2011), graduated from Oravița High School and Arad Pedagogical Institute, worked as a teacher in Gornea. He
was director of the General School and the Cultural House in Gornea. Passionate about history, he founded
in 1969 the Village Museum in Gornea (officially inaugurated on July 27, 1969), which today bears his name.
He was a close collaborator of archaeologists from Cluj, Reşița, Timişoara, Sibiu, Bucharest, who carried out
archaeological research in the area. He was author and co-author of archeology and ethnology studies and author
of the Gornea village monograph (2003). The present paper refers to archaeological materials resulting from field
research carried out by the author in localities in the Danube Gorge: Liborajdea, Gornea, Liubcova etc.