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Stratum plus. 2012. №4

O. V. Sharov (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Pyramidal Crypt no. 1 on the Way to the Tzarsky Kurgan, or Crypt no. 1 discovered in a Kurgan near the road to the Adzhimushkay Quarry in Kerch in 1841. A Historiographical Study




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Pages: 201-237


The article examines study history of a rich male burial discovered by A. B. Ashik near Adzhimushkay quarries in Kerch in 1841. The burial was made in a stone crypt in the mound dated by the second half of 4th c. BC 800 years aſter, in the first third of the 4th c. AD, and refers to the time of Rheskuporis V. The body was marked by signs of supreme power — a tunic woven of gold threads and a golden diadem — and thus he is thought to be one of the highest dignitaries of the Bosporus Kingdom.


Keywords: Kerch, Adzhimushkay, A. B. Aschik, crypt, horse bridle, weapons, Rheskuporis V, Late Roman Period


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Oleg Sharov (St. Petersburg, Russia). Doctor of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
E-mail: [email protected]

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