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Stratum plus. 2020. No4

A. V. Mastykova (Moscow, Russian Federation)

Burials with Weapons on Romanovo-Pugachevsky Prud emetery of the Roman Time in Northern Sambia: Autochtons or Migrants?

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Pages: 333-346

The author considers the Roman period burials studied in the Romanovo-Pugachevsky Prud cemetery in Northern Sambia. These are two cremation graves with weapons. The first of them relates to 160/180—250/270 A. D., the second — to 300/320—400/410 A. D. An analysis of the burial rite was carried out, and the grave goods were studied in detail. Among the found weapons, there are spears of Scandinavian origin. The isotope analysis of strontium ratio in bone tissue and in environmental samples from grave 1.2016 showed that it can belong to either a local resident or a migrant from the territories further to the north.

Keywords: Southeast Baltics, Sambia, Roman period, Sambian-Natangian culture, burials with weapons, isotope analysis

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Anna Mastykova
(Moscow, Russian Federation). Doctor of Historical Sciences. Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dmitry Ulyanov St., 19, Moscow, 117292, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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