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G.V. Baranov (2014)
Publisher: NvSU
Types: Article
Subjects: средневековое оружие, Bulgarian archaeology, археология Северного Кавказа / Saber, medieval arms, Hungarian arms, византийское оружие, археология Болгарии, Khazar archaeology, венгерское оружие, Byzantine arms, археология Хазарского каганата, Byzantine empire, сабля, Византийская империя, средневековая Болгария, венгерское оружие, средневековое оружие, византийское оружие, археология Болгарии, археология Хазарского каганата, археология Северного Кавказа / saber, Byzantine empire, medieval Bulgaria, Hungarian arms, medieval arms, Byzantine arms, Bulgarian archaeology, Khazar archaeology, archaeology of North Caucasus, Византийская империя, CC1-960, Archaeology, medieval Bulgaria, средневековая Болгария, Сабля
В статье рассматривается новая находка сабли с территории Северо-Восточного Причерноморья и вводится в научный оборот нехарактерный для данного региона тип навершия рукояти, известный до сих пор только по памятникам Болгарии и Чехии. Новая находка расширяет область распространения таких наверший и позволяет предположить их византийское происхождение. / This article regards a recently found saber from the north-east Black Sea region and introduces a new uncharacteristic type of pommel ending which was previously only known from artefacts from Bulgaria and the Czech Republic. The new discovery allows to extend the area of occurence of such pommel endings and to assume their Byzantine origin.

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