?elarevo, Ba?-?eb, ?ib, Dunacséb, Cséb, Bács-Cséb, Bleyersdorf, Tscheb. 45°16' N 19°32' E, 55.6 miles NW of Beograd. [January 2010]

1972 archaeological excavations at ?elarevo revealed a large late 8th- and early 9th-century necropolis about 20 miles west of Novi Sad. Hundreds of brick fragments, some inscribed with menorot, Hebrew letters and other Jewish symbols suggest either a Jewish burial site or appropriation some Jewish customs or symbols by groups like the Khazars. Artefacts can be seen at Novi Sad City Museum:Mamula's Barracks, Upper Terrace, Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , +381 21 433 145 or +381 21 433 613 [January 2009]

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