"The Mesolithic Habitation Complexes in The Balkans and Danube"
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The exit of the Danube River from Cazanele Mici. Behind the ship, on the Serb bank;
little above the water level we can see the Roman road dug into the stone during the Roman
emperor Trajan, between 101 - 105 AD. In front of the ship, Tabula Traiana transmuted
before the water level of the Cazanele Mici Accumulation Lake had increased.