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VII International Conference in memoriam German Fyodorov-Davydov

S. F. Tataurov (Omsk, Russian Federation)

The Turkic-Tatar Cities of Western Siberia in the 14th—16th Centuries in Archaeological and Historical Researches

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Pages: 58-61

The author analyzes currently available publications referring to the Turkic Tatar cities and identifies issues that require priority attention in further studies of the Siberian cities. The necessity of broader attraction of archaeological materials is indicated. The specificity of urban settlements location, their fortification systems and internal planigraphy is characterized. Special attention is paid to the collections from the excavations of these sites, the imported items, and the osteological materials. On the basis of the research conducted, a conclusion is made as to the commercial and political importance of the cities as provisional headquarters of the Turkic Tatar rulers.

Keywords: Western Siberia, Middle Ages, Tatars, towns, status, socio-economic characteristics, written and archaeological sources

Information about author:

Sergei F. Tataurov.
Candidate of Historical Sciences. Omsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Address: Karl Marx Ave. 15, Omsk, 644024, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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