Biborțeni Cetatea lui Tiburț
Aerial image towards north-west; one can see the access saddle inside the enclosed plateau.
Bixad Vápa-vára
Oblique aerial image towards south. The circular layout of the third ditch is clearly visible. The time of its excavation is unknown.
Boroșenul Mic Cetatea Bursucului
The majority of the archaeological artefacts visible on the surface belong to Eneolithic period (Ariușd culture). Several ceramic fragments can be dated though to 1st century AD (Dacian period). The site hasn’t yet been systematically excavated. Until new investigations the character of the Dacian period habitation cannot be clearly outlined.
Cernat Vârful Ascuțit
Several surface dwellings, dated in the 1st century BC1st century AD period, were investigated by Zoltan Szekely inside an impressive enclosure with a double dyke, dated earlier, in the Early Iron Age.
Covasna Cetatea Zânelor
This site is currently excavated by archaeologists. It is the most important fortified site of eastern Transylvania, the seat of a local chieftain.
Jigodin I — Câmpul Morii
A fortified settlement with large buildings and metal workshops
Jigodin II Dealul Cetății
A small, oval, stone walled enclosure, the seat of a small garison.
Jigodin III
Fortified settlement. The remains of the stone wall still stand impressive. The site was reoccupied during the 3rd century AD
Olteni
To the left are the sites from Cetatea Fetei and Cetatea Comorii
Racoș Piatra Detunată
A fortified rock, since Bronze and Iron ages
Racoș Tipia Ormenișului
The Dacian residential centre in the Olt Gorge, one of the gateways in Transylvania during the Dacian-Roman wars.
Racu Dealul Bogății
A site which has never been excavated even if the existence of ceramic sherds visible on surface was noted since the 19th century. Terraces are most probably created during the Austro-Hungarian administration period.