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F. S. Tataurov (Omsk, Russian Federation)

Chinese Porcelain from Russian Sites of the Middle Irtysh in 17th — First Half of the 18th Centuries

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Pages: 835-841

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The process of accession of Western Siberia to the Russian state had begun in the end of the 16th century. Russian pioneers were looking for opportunities and ways of communication, both with natives, and with the population of the territories, adjacent to Western Siberia because of the conditions of the new cultural environment and constant military danger. This enabled commercial relations and cultural exchange. Among all range of imported goods the significant place was taken by the things which emphasized the social status and welfare of their owners. Chinese porcelain which was widely spread in the region despite its high price can serve a good example of such prestigious things. It was imported into the territory of Central Irtysh region during the mid 17th — first half of the 18th centuries, which can be confirmed by materials of archaeological research.

Keywords: Middle Irtysh region, 17th — first half of the 18th century, Russian settlements, Chinese porcelain, trade relations

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Philip Tataurov 
(Omsk, Russian Federation). Omsk University of Design and Technology. Pevtsov St., 13, Omsk, 644043, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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