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Stratum plus. 2014. No.5

M. M. Kazanski (Paris, France)

Bits of Great Migration Period from Dolozhsky Pogost




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Pages: 119-127


Barrow burial cremation 45 from Dolozhsky pogost (cemetery) in the western part of the Leningrad Region contained a set of military equipment, dated back to 5th — early 6th centuries. It includes a three-part bits with decoration in the form of cuts on the annular cheek-pieces. Such bits are most typical for the cultures of Balt circle in Lithuania and East Prussia. Discovery of these bits in a burial in the North-West of Russia apparently reflects military contacts with the Balts and possibly advance of some Baltic military groups deep in to the forest zone of Eastern Europe.


Keywords: North-West of Russia, cemetery Dolozhsky pogost, Migrations, Balts, bits


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Michel Kazanski
(Paris, France). Doctor Habilitat. French National Center for Scientific Research, Centre for Studies in History and Civilization of Byzantium, Collège de France. Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 52, Paris, 75005, France
E-mail: [email protected]

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