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Stratum plus. 2011. №5

B. Sz. Szmoniewski (Kraków, Poland), V. Voinea (Constanţa, Romania)

The Grave of the Turkic Nomad Discovered in Baba Cave in the Middle Dobruja in Romania

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Pages: 287-296

In July 2008, during the excavations in the Baba Cave (Dobruja) located in the hum, a Turkic nomad grave was found. The grave was discovered in a small niche in the upper part in the northern wall of the cave. The skeleton is oriented on the east-west axis. Typical nomadic grave goods were found in the grave pit. Based on analysis of the metal, the grave can be dated between the mid/end of the 10th century and the middle of the 11th  Century A.D.

Keywords: grave, nomad, early middle ages, Balkans

Information about authors:

Bartłomiej Szymon Szmoniewski
(Krakow, Poland). PhD. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences.
E-mail: [email protected]
Valentina Voinea (Constanta, Romania). PhD. National History and Archaeology Museum Constanta
E-mail: [email protected]



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