|Dates||1400 BC - 700 BC|
|Major sites||Hisar Hill|
The cultural group formed out of this culture are the Moesi, a Daco-Thracian tribe formed in the Roman province of Moesia (ethnonym) of present-day central Serbia. It is also the non-Illyrian component in the Dardanian ethnogenesis.
- Kosovo with Raska and Pester
- South and West Morava confluence zone
- South Morava-Pcinja-Upper Vardar
Hisar is a multi-periodal settlement.
Traces of life of the Brnjica culture (8th century BC) is seen in the plateau that was protected by a deep moat with a palisade on its inner side, a fortification similar to that of another fortification on the Gradac site in Lanište in the Velika Morava basin.
A later Iron Age settlement existed at Hisar dating from the 6th century BC until the 4th century BC. Besides Greek fibulae and pottery, Triballi (Thracian) tombs have been excavated in 2005.