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Stratum plus. 2020. No4

A. M. Oblomskiy (Moscow, Russian Federation)

Late Scythian Materials of the End of the I millennium BC — First Centuries AD from Headwaters of the Voronezh River

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Pages: 365-380

The author publishes the materials of the 2nd century BC — 2nd century AD, which were found on the settlements Stayevo-4 and 5 (Michurinsk district, Tambov Region) situated in the headwaters of the Voronezh River. On these sites handmade and wheel-made ceramics, iron tips of arrows, fibulae (of middle La Tène scheme, Avcissa and Northern Black sea region types and others), fragments of mirrors and a bronze bell were found. The materials belong to the Late Scythian archaeological culture. Hillforts and settlements of this culture are widespread in the Upper Don region. The headwaters of the Voronezh River now are the extreme northeastern border of the late Scythian culture in this region.

Keywords: Upper Don region, headwaters of the Voronezh River, Roman period, Late Scythian archaeological culture, settlements

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Andrei Oblomskii
(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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