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I. L. Tikhonov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Field seasons of Oleg Sharov

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Pages: 35-44 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.55086/SL223544

The article tells about the field activity of the famous St. Petersburg archaeologist, a major specialist in the antiquities of the Roman period of Eastern Europe and the Northern Black Sea region, Dr. of archaelogy Oleg Vasilyevich Sharov (1960—2021). Starting in 1978 in Polotsk, his field activities took place in the Crimea, Moldova, on Taman and the Kola Peninsula, in Siberia. The main objects of his study were the Chernyakhov culture settlements and other “barbarian” cultures of the first centuries AD in the Northern Black Sea region. Together with M. B. Shchukin, his teacher, he supervised the excavation of the cemetery and the settlement of Chatyr-Dag in the mountainous Crimea in 1994—1996, and the settlement of Taraktash near Sudak in 2002—2008. There were found sanctuaries with extensive ceramics and anthropomorphic idols. In 2013—2021, O. V. Sharov was an active participant in large-scale rescue archaeological research that unfolded in Taman and in the Crimea.

Keywords: Crimea, Moldova, Roman period, archaeology, O. V. Sharov

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Igor Tikhonov
(Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Doctor of Historical Sciences. Saint Petersburg State University. Universitetskaya Emb., 7/9, Saint Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

ORCID: 0000-0001-8489-7772

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