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VII International Conference in memoriam German Fyodorov-Davydov

E. E. Kravchenko (Donetsk, Украина)

North-Eastern Azov Sea Region and Middle Reaches of the Seversky Donets River in the 13—14th Centuries (the impact of natural and geographical factors on the peopling of the territory)

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Pages: 287-289

A study of the Golden Horde sites in Donbass territory revealed that they had been formed in close connection with the natural and geographical situation in some parts of the region. The steppe region used to serve as the nomadic pastoralism domain. In the middle reaches of the Seversky Donets River, peopled by sedentary population since ancient times, large settlements had been established which served as trade, craft, and administrative centers.

Keywords: Azov Sea region, Seversky Donets River, Golden Horde period, nomadic camps, hillforts, routes, natural zones

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Eduard E. Kravchenko.
Donetsk Republican Museum of Local Studies. Address: Chelyuskintsev St., 189a, Donetsk, 83048, Ukraine 
E-mail: [email protected]

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