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Stratum plus. 2014. No4

K. G. Varachova (Kharkov, Ukraine)

On Distribution of Truncated Conical Clay Beakers in Chernyakhov Culture (burial 125 of Voitenki cemetery)

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Pages: 285-298

Clay cups of truncated conical shape are a small group of ceramics found on Chernyakhov sites. This group includes 33 whole and 4 fragments of beakers, found on the territory of this culture. Therefore, it is important to publish new finds of such beakers, especially in the context of burials. This publication examines burial 125 of Voitenki cemetery whose inventory includes three buckles, a horn comb, a striker, an iron knife, meat food remnants, ceramic “set” with a truncated conical clay cup. It has some similarities in form and ornament with glass vessels (Eggers 233, Shtraume IV, Rau: Dybeck). The burial is dated by the end of the 4th century (stage C3/D1, D1).

Keywords: Kharkov region, Voitenki, Chernyakhov culture, truncated conical clay beakers

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Kseniia Varachova
(Kharkiv, Ukraine). V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. Svobody Place, 6, Kharkiv, 61077, Ukraine.
E-mail: [email protected]

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