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I.A. Bazhan; V.Yu. Zuyev (2015)
Publisher: NvSU
Journal: Materialy po Arheologii i Istorii Antičnogo i Srednevekovogo Kryma
Languages: Bulgarian
Types: Article
Subjects: бронзовые зеркала с рукоятью на обороте и борисфенитского типа. Греки и скифы. Северо-Западное Причерноморье. Скифская лесостепь. Крым. Северный Кавказ. Эпоха архаики, bronze mirrors with a handle on a turn and Borysthenitic type. Greeks and Scythians. Northwest Black Sea Coast. Scythian forest-steppe. Crimea. North Caucasus. Archaic era, Archaeology, CC1-960
Цель статьи – введение в научный оборот серии древностей эпохи архаики, найденных в Северном Причерноморье. Публикуемые находки бронзовых зеркал существенно дополняют наши знания о путях распространения греческих импортов в скифском мире, свидетельствующих о реальных контактах греческих колонистов с миром кочевых народов Северного Причерноморья. The purpose of this paper is to introduce a series of bronze mirrors dating back to the Archaic Epoch and found in the Northern Black Sea Coast into scientific circulation. The findings published supplement the knowledge available on the Greek import routes within Scythian world which evidence tangible contacts of Greek colonists with nomadic people of the Northern Black Sea Coast.
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