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Stratum plus. 2011. №4

O. V. Gopkalo (Kiev, Ukraine).

Male and Female Costume of Chernyakhov Culture (based on graves with anthropological defi nitions of sex)




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Pages: 179-207


The topic of this paper is stimulated by significant increase in the number of burials, sex and age of which were determined by the anthropologists. Male and female features of grave goods were determined: those typical for men, women and those common for both sexes. The most typical costume for men was the one with a buckle where for women it was two fibulae. Men used to wear clothes without fibulae. Most likely, they were narrow fitted trousers with a belt and over non-pivoted shoulders cloth. Clothes for women were usually buttoned with two fibulae on the shoulders and were similar to Roman stola, coal, and cloak or, possibly, a mixture of these.


Keywords: Chernyakhov Culture, graves, anthropological definitions of sex, costume accessories, costume accessories combination


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Oksana Gopkalo (Kiev, Ukraine). Candidate of historical sciences. Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
E-mail: [email protected]

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