Hellenistic Town of Daorson in OšanićiArchaeological sites
The old Hellenistic town of Daorson was probably the centre of the Daorsoi tribe. The hillfort or acropolis (central section) came into being on a prehistoric fortified settlement that had been in existence without interruption since the early to the late Bronze Age (respectively from the 17/th16th century BCE to the 9th/8th century BCE).
The town of Daorson had the features of a Hellenistic city. Its high degree of culture and civilization is evidenced by the fact that it minted its own coins and made complex, artistically-decorated buckles and clasps and pottery vessels, by graffiti on fragments, and by pieces of stone from human statues about 2 m in height. The material found dates from the 2nd and 4th century BCE and is housed in the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo.