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S. G. Bocharov (Kazan, Russian Federation)

Possidima Settlement in South-Eastern Crimea and Its Pottery Complex (edge 13th — 14th centuries)

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Pages: 409-445

This article is in Russian
This article focuses on the complete publication of available to the author pottery materials obtained in the archaeological research on a medieval settlement Posidima in South-Eastern Crimea. Based on written, archaeological and cartographic evidences, the author offers an attribution of this settlement. Ceramic materials date the studied cultural layers to the last quarter of the 13th — the first quarter of the 14th centuries. The important role of the pottery complex of Possidima is determined by the fact that it clearly illustrates how the Byzantine ceramic complex was replaced by another one, the Golden Horde pottery assemblage, on the turn of the 13th — 14th centuries.

Keywords: South-Eastern Crimea, Possidima, Byzantine glazed pottery, Golden Horde period, local production of glazed pottery, maps-portolans, historical geography

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Sergei Bocharov
(Kazan, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Khalikov Institute of Archaeology of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. Butlerov St., 30, Kazan, 420012, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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