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The Genoese Gazaria and the Golden Horde. Volume 2

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The Genoese Gazaria and the Golden Horde. Volume 2

In memory of German Fyodorov-Davydov

Edited by
Sergei Bocharov and Ayrat Sitdikov

The second volume of academic papers “The Genoese Gazaria and the Golden Horde” is dedicated to the memory of an outstanding scholar, archaeologist, historian and numismatic, founder of the Russian School of Golden Horde archaeology, Professor of Moscow State University G. A. Fedorov-Davydov.
By this volume, we wanted to address a few key issues raised in historical and archaeological studies of Byzantium, Genoese Gazaria and Golden Horde. Issue number one: we want to demonstrate possibilities for integration of different types of sources while studying broad historical problems through archaeological methods; number two — searching new ways to elucidation and understanding of different narratives of Eurasian medieval history through material culture; and number three — identification of specific features in material manifestations of vital activities by states, as a whole, and by their local regions, in particular.
The articles collected in the second volume mainly address historical, geographical and archaeological studies of the vast Mongol Empire, which functioned across Eurasia in 12th—14th centuries. Having appeared in the 12th century, it then got divided into a number of new states, which, in their turn, were to cardinally change the political map of the Old World. >>>


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S. G. Bocharov, A. G. Sitdikov (Kazan, Russian Federation)Foreword Free!15


N. G. Artemieva (Vladivostok, Russian Federation)Architecture of Palatial Residential Premises in the Upper Capital City of the Jurchen State — the Eastern Xia Free!21E. I. Gelman (Vladivostok, Russian Federation)Essays on the History of Celadons Free!33O. V. Dyakova (Vladivostok, Russian Federation)Late Medieval Archaeological Sites of Primorye Free!53A. V. Kharinsky (Irkutsk, Russian Federation), M. P. Rykun (Tomsk, Russian Federation), E. V. Kovychev (Chita, Russian Federation), N. N. Kradin (Vladivostok, Russian Federation)The Mongol Cemetery of the Mid-13th — Early 15th Centuries Okoshki 1 in the South-Eastern Transbaikalia: constructive and anthropological aspects Free!69N. N. Kradin, S. E. Baksheeva (Vladivostok, Russian Federation), E. V. Kovychev (Chita, Russian Federation), S. D. Prokopets (Vladivostok, Russian Federation), A. V. Kharinsky (Irkutsk, Russian Federation)Excavations of Khirkhira Town in South-Eastern Transbaikalia Free!107P. O. Senotrusova, P. V. Mandryka (Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation)Arrowheads of the Lower Angara Region Population in the High Middle Ages Free!131S. G. Skobelev, A. V. Vybornov (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)Middle Yenisei Region in the Mongol Time Free!145I. L. Kyzlasov (Moscow, Russian Federation)Archaeological Signs of State Land Surveying. Methodological Value of the South Siberian Medieval Archaeology Free!157D. K. Tulush (Kyzyl, Russian Federation)Towns of the Early Mongol Time in Tuva: overview of the current state Free!179A. A. Tishkin (Barnaul, Russian Federation)Archaeological Sites of Mongol Time in the South of Western Siberia and Altai: research results and interpretation experience Free!185S. F. Tataurov (Omsk, Russian Federation)The Town of Tara and its Role in the Fate of the Siberian Tatars in the 17th Century Free!199


V. A. Kolchenko (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)Christian Cemetery of Mongol Time at Burana Town: according to archival documents on excavations in 1886 Free!209A. A. Bissembayev (Aktobe, Kazakhstan)Western Kazakhstan in 13th—14th Centuries. Historical and Geographical Situation Free!223M. D. Kalmenov, A. E. Bizhanova (Uralsk, Kazakhstan)Topography and Chronology of Medieval Settlements in Western Regions of Kazakhstan Free!237E. D. Zilivinskaya (Moscow, Russian Federation)New Research in the Golden Horde Settlements of Western Kazakhstan Free!263


E. E. Vorobeva (Kazan, Russian Federation), M. I. Fedulov (Cheboksary, Russian Federation)To the Question about the Russia-Golden Horde Borderlands in Mari-Chuvash Area of the Volga Region Free!289D. Yu. Badeev (Moscow, Russian Federation)Homesteads of the Golden Horde Bolgar Free!297V. Yu. Koval (Moscow, Russian Federation)Fortification of Bolgar Town, in the 14th Century: the current state of the problem Free!307K. A. Rudenko (Kazan, Russian Federation)Ethnogeography of the Bulgar Region of the Golden Horde by Archaeological Sources Free!325S. I. Valiulina (Kazan, Russian Federation)The Golden Horde Bilyar Free!379D. A. Stashenkov (Samara, Russian Federation)Kuzkino Mordovian Burial Ground of the Late 13th—14th Centuries: toward the history of the population of the right bank of the Samara Volga region in the Golden Horde era Free!413A. M. Gaynutdinov, A. G. Sitdikov, A. S. Starkov (Kazan, Russian Federation)Stones with Arabic Inscriptions from the Excavations in Kazan Kremlin in 2000s Free!433


D. A. Kubankin (Saratov, Russian Federation)Religious and Ethnic Compositions of the Ukek Population. To the issue of the ethnic-confessional topography of the town Free!443L. F. Nedashkovsky, M. B. Shigapov (Kazan, Russian Federation)Characteristics of the Topography and Development of Bagaevka Rural Settlement Free!463E. M. Pigarev (Kazan, Russian Federation)The Administrative-Territorial Structure of the Capital Sarai Region (Delta of the Volga River) Free!483M. V. Tcybin, N. M. Savitskiy (Voronezh, Russian Federation)The Complex of the Golden Horde Sites near Krasnyi Village, Bobrov District, Voronezh Oblast Free!509Z. V. Dode (Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation)Mercury Wanderer: a study of a medieval burial Free!521I. Yu. Lapshina (Volgograd, Russian Federation)The Problem of Tinibek’s Reign Free!547


L. V. Yavorskaya (Moscow, Russian Federation)Concentrations of Animal Bones in the Cities of the Golden Horde: main finds, species, anatomical set Free!553V. A. Babenko (Stavropol, Russian Federation)Localization of Finds from the Gashun-Usta Stow (Stavropol Governorate, 1890) and the Delimitation of the Golden Horde Possessions in the Central Ciscaucasia Free!569Yu. V. Zelenskiy (Krasnodar, Russian Federation)Finds of Polovtsian Stone Sculptures as a Source for the Study of Geography of Polovtsian Nomadic Camps in the Kuban Steppe Free!585L. M. Noskova (Moscow, Russian Federation)Adygean Pottery from the Archaeological Sites of the 13th—15th Centuries AD from the Collections of the State Museum of Oriental Art Free!589A. V. Dmitriev (Novorossiysk, Russian Federation), E. I. Narozhniy (Armavir, Russian Federation)Two Burials of Nomadic Warriors of the 13th—14th Centuries from the North-Eastern Black Sea Region (to the history of the formation of the complex of weapons of the Golden Horde) Free!599A. N. Maslovskiy (Azov, Russian Federation)The Topography of Necropolises in the Golden Horde Azak, and their Impact on the Urban Planning Free!641A. P. Minaev, N. I. Iudin (Azov, Russian Federation)New Data on the Historical Geography of the Golden Horde Settlements of the Lower Don and the North-Eastern Azov Sea Region Free!657E. E. Kravchenko (Donetsk, Ukraine)Medieval Settlements on the Territory of Donetsk Steppes Free!669V. P. Kirilko (Simferopol, Crimea)Cult Architecture of the Crimea in the Golden Horde Epoch: E. D. Zilivinskaya’s Version Free!691S. G. Bocharov (Kazan, Russian Federation)Historical Geography of the Crimean Territories of the Genoese Gazaria (1275—1475) Free!741S. V. Dyachkov (Kharkiv, Ukraine)The Consul’s Residence of Genoese Fortress Chembalo of 14th—15th Centuries (by archaeological excavations in 1999—2008) Free!771L. Bacumenco-Pîrnău, L. Bejenaru, S. Rafailă-Stanc (Iaşi, Romania)Animal Food Resources in the Golden Horde Period. Case Study: Old Orhei (Republic of Moldova) Free!791


List of AbbreviationsList of Abbreviations Free!805

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Year - 2019
Hardcover, dust jacket

Pages — 824
Format — 215×305 mm

e-ISBN: 978-9975-3343-0-3
ISBN: 978-9975-3198-8-1

series «Archaeological records of Eastern Europe» — ISBN 978-9975-4272-6-5