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Stratum plus. 2020. No4

A. A. Yegoreichenko (Minsk, Belarus)

About Tribal Contacts of the Early and Late Hatched Pottery Cultures with Neighboring Territories

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Pages: 355-364

The cultures of Early and Late hatched pottery on the territory of Belarus occupied Northwest and Central Belarus. Despite their kinship, there were fundamental differences between them, which also appeared in the orientation of relations with neighboring territories. For the culture of Early hatched pottery, relations with tribes of the Baltic region and Central Europe, especially with the Dnieper-Dvina culture, were predominant. The culture of Late hatched pottery in the early stage had closer contacts with the inhabitants of Zarubintsy culture, and after its disintegration — with the population of Central Europe. The western direction of relations in this last period is indicated by the finds of imported metal things of the provincial Roman types.

Keywords: Eastern Europe, Belarus, Iron Age, hatched pottery cultures, contacts, Baltic States, Zarubintsy culture, Central Europe

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Alexandr Yegoreichenko
(Minsk, Belarus). Doctor of Historical Sciences. Belarusian State University. Krasnoarmejskaya St., 6, Minsk, 220030, Belarus
E-mail: [email protected]

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