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Stratum plus. 2001-2002. №3

V. A. Kutaysov (Simferopol’, Ukraine)

Kerkinitis and the Western Crimea in VI c. BC – IV AD

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Pages: 355-403

The article is a historical and archaeological outline of the ancient Kerkinitis and its development. The town existed in the north-western Crimea for almost one thousand years – from VI c. BC to IV c. AD. Its history is studied against the broad background of developments in Crimea and on the Black Sea Coast in the Antiquity. It also gives a broad context of dynamic inter-polis relations in Western Crimea, where contacts between Kerkinitis and Chersonesus of Taurida played the most important role.


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