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Stratum Plus. 2000. № 4

G. I. Smirnova (St.-Petersburg, Russia), V. F. Megei (Kamenets-Podolskii, Ukraine)

Dolinjany, a cemetery of the Poieneşti-Lukaşevka type (excavations of 1985, 1987, 1988)




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Pages: 132-148


The cemetery is situated close to the village Dolinjany (Chernovtsy oblast’, Ukraine) and was excavated during 1977-1988. Fifty-eight burials were discovered  on the cemetery. The article gives materials of the second period of research on the Dolinjany cemetery (burials 25-58). Cremations in pits predominate on the cemetery (46 out of 58), others are in urns. Grave goods isn’t very rich – 1-2 fibulae, 1-2 bracelets almost in each grave, only five burial complexes could be called rich. Besides that, clasps, pendants, various glass beads were found. There were 24 ceramic vessels, basically, black polished pottery found in the graves. The majority of the burial complexes of Dolinjany are from the second phase of Poienesti-Lukasevka culture (La-Téne C2-D1), others are from the final phase (La-Téne D1-D2). So, the Dolinjany cemetery could be dated between 2nd half of II c. BC – late I c. BC.



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