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Ушаков С.В. / Ushakov S.V. (2014)
Publisher: NvSU
Journal: Materialy po Arheologii i Istorii Antičnogo i Srednevekovogo Kryma
Languages: Bulgarian
Types: Article
Subjects: монеты / Chersonesos, Херсонес, базилика «Крузе», Юстиниан Великий, амфоры, краснолаковая керамика, монеты / Chersonesos, Kruze basilica, Justinian the Great, amphorae, red slip pottery, coins, амфоры, Юстиниан Великий, amphorae, CC1-960, Херсонес, red slip pottery, Archaeology, Justinian the Great, базилика «Крузе», краснолаковая керамика, Kruze basilica
Раскопки последних лет храмового комплекса базилики «Крузе» в Северо-восточном районе Херсонеса позволяют (на основе археологических и нумизматических материалов) обоснованно утверждать, что его возведение произошло в эпоху Юстиниана Великого. Планировочная схема храма (с пристроенными с востока помещениями) выглядит еще более оригинально, чем это представлялось ранее. / Excavations of recent years the temple complex of the Kruze basilica in the North-east area of Chersonesos allow (based on archaeological and numismatic materials) reasonably argue that its construction took place in the era of Justinian the Great. Schematic layout of the temple (with attached rooms to the east) is even more original than previously imagined.

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