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A Late Neolithic village site of the Gumelnita culture in northwest Bulgaria with Karanovo I and Copper Age layers. Excavations have revealed complete early Neolithic house plans, succeeded in the Copper Age by a large village of three occupational phases with houses arranged in streets. In a Copper Age ritual assemblage is a house model inscribed with signs and the so-called Gradesnitsa plaque - a fired clay disc covered in elaborate incised symbols - similar to the one found at Tartaria.