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Stratum plus. 2014. No.5

S. S. Ryabtseva (Kishinev, Moldovs), O. K. Savelyev (Odessa, Ukraine)

Some Items of Non-Ferrous Metals and Jewelry Tools from the Excavations of Belgorod-Dnestrovskiy Fortress

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Pages: 155-173

The article discusses a number of medieval objects from non-ferrous metals, as well as finds of jewelry tools from the Belgorod-Dnestrovskiy fortress. Some enkolpions date back to the Pre-Mongol period (10th — 13th cc.), two of them belong to the Byzantine-Danubian types, and five to the Old Russian ones. Mediterranean and Danubian contacts of the Belgorod population are marked by the negatives printed on a stone casting mold of 10th—11th centuries. Metal objects of 13th—14th centuries reflect both the Western European and the Horde’s influence on the composition of the metal dress and the specificity of horse and rider equipment. Several ornaments of 15th century are typical for jewelry dress of population of the Moldavian Principality. Turkish influence in the Carpathian Balkan region is traced from 15th c., and, as a result, — belts with buckles-pafts got widely spread. Materials from the excavations in Belgorod contain an extensive collection of these buckles.

Keywords: Belgorod, Rus’, Byzantium, Balkans, Europe, Golden Horde, Moldovan period, Turkish period, jewelry, jewelry tools

Information about authors:

Svetlana Ryabtseva
(Kishinev, Moldova). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute of Cultural Heritage of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. Stefan cel Mare Bd., 1, Kishinev, MD-2001, Moldova
E-mail: [email protected]
Oleg Savelyev (Odessa, Ukraine). Archaeology Institute, Odessa Branch of Ukraine National Academy of Sciences. Pushkinskaya St., 37, Odessa, 65011, Ukraine
E-mail: [email protected]

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