added by archaeologs 1) An important cemetery site of the Late Neolithic Hamangia culture, dated to the mid-4th millennium be and located near the Black Sea coast of the Rumanian Dobrogea. Over 300 extended inhumations are known, clustered in groups, some with richer grave goods. (2) The eponymous site of a Late Copper Age culture of the 3rd millennium be, distributed over much of the Black Sea coastal zone in Rumania and Bulgaria and closely related in the latter zone to the Ezero group. Most sites are short-lived occupation sites, with a small number of cemeteries with contracted inhumations.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983