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S. S. Lysenko (Kiev, Ukraine)

Pins with a Plate Head of the Late Bronze Age from the Territory of Ukraine

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Pages: 125-133

Eight pins with a plate-shaped rhombic head, one mould for making such pins and one pin with a head in the form of a triangular flap were found on the territory of modern Ukraine. The distribution area of these types of pins does not go beyond the steppe and forest-steppe zones of the Dnieper Right Bank and the North-Western Black Sea region. The earliest finds of such pins are connected with the funerary complexes of the early and early classical stages of the Komarov culture of the Trzciniec cultural circle (the second quarter — the middle of the 2nd millennium BC). Later they spread to the area of the Sabatinovka-Noua-Coslogeni cultural circle (Dnieper Right Bank steppe, Moldova, Romania), where they are known in settlements and hoards of the third quarter of the 2nd millennium BC. This publication provides a detailed description of all the pins of these types, originating from the territory of Ukraine.

Keywords: Ukraine, late Bronze Age, the Trzciniec cultural circle, Komarov culture, Sabatinovka culture, adornments, pins with a plate head

Information about author:

Svetlana Lysenko
(Kiev, Ukraine). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Geroev Stalingrada Ave., 12, Kiev, 04210, Ukraine
E-mail: [email protected]

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