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I. O. Gavritukhin (Moscow, Russian Federation), M. M. Kazanski (Paris, France)

About the Time of the Appearance of the Slavs in the Territory of Moldova

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Pages: 333-354

A fibula of the Bratei (Bratei-Brigetio) type was found in the Slavic settlement of Selişte. The brooches of this type are common from Gallia to Don in the Great Migration period, most finds originate from the Middle Danube basin. This clasp belongs to the female costume of the East German tradition and dates back to the middle of the fifth century. Mirror from Hansca is of the Chmi-Brigetio type, spread from the Rhine to the Caucasus to Volga-Ural region. In this case, apparently, it dates back to the 5th century (like most mirrors of this type) and is associated with the early Slavic horizon. Perhaps, its presence in the Slavic settlement marks the time of the appearance of the Slavs in the territory of Moldova.

Keywords: Moldova, Great Migration period, Slavs, fibulae, mirrors

Information about authors:

Igor Gavritukhin
(Moscow, Russian Federation). Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dmitry Ulyanov St., 19, Moscow, 117036, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]
Michel Kazanski (Paris, France). Doctor Habilitat on Archaeology. National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). Rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 52, Paris, 75005, France
E-mail: [email protected]

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