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Stratum plus. 2010. №4

A. Trufanov (Simferopol, Ukraine)

Burials of 3rd Century A. D. from South-Western Margin of Ust-Alma Necropolis

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Pages: 145-195

The article is dedicated to the publication of materials from burials of 3rd century A. D. studied on Late-Scythian Ust-Alma necropolis (excavations of 1997, 1998 and 2002—2006), located in South-Western Crimea.
Considered burials contain ware finds, typical for the Crimean cemeteries of 200—250 A. D. However, some published tombs (793 and 914), probably, must be dated by a later time. This assumption is based on some brooches of 250—300 A. D. found in them. If so, the end of Ust-Alma necropolis can be related to a date after the middle of 3rd century, which, in its turn, leads to a possible revision of the date of destruction of some late Scythian settlements in Crimea.

Keywords: Late-Scythian necropolis, burials, fibulae, buckles, bracelets, beads, red slip pottery

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Alexander Trufanov (Simferopol, Ukraine). Candidate of historical sciences. Crimea Branch of Archaeology Institute, Ukraine National Academy of Sciences.
E-mail: [email protected]

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