The 2016 revision excavations of the triconch church in Bilice
The paper presents the results of the revision excavations of the early Christian triconch church in Bilice. Discovered and excavated in the 1900s on Dedića Punta site, the structure has not been researched ever since. The revision excavations that began in autumn 2016 should therefore establish the condition of this early Christian complex, interpret it scientifically and enable its conservation and presentation. The 2016 excavations revealed the foundation walls of a triconch church and parts of the walls of its northeastern and southeastern additions. This paper analyzes the characteristics of the sacral architecture discovered there, providing also an overview of the movable finds (a stone frag- ment with moldings, pottery and glass). Evidence from archive sources and the references about the site found in literature are also presented.