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R. A. Rabinovici (Kishinev, Moldova)

The Prut-Dniester Interfluve in the Context of Cultural and Historical Relations of the Surrounding Regions in the Middle of the 5th — Middle of the 11th Centuries

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Pages: 465-482

As a result of its unique geographical position, the Carpathian-Dniester region felt a strong impact from the cultural and historical worlds of neighboring regions in the period of 5th—11th centuries. Various peoples penetrated from neighboring regions at different times on the territory of its eastern part — in the Pruto-Dniester interfluve. Among them: Slavs, Turkic-Bulgarian peoples, Alans, Hungarians, representatives of different cultures: Luka-Raikovetskaya, Saltovo-Mayaki and Balkano-Danube. The appearance in the region of the West Slavic population had a particular importance and left antiquities of Echimăuţi-Alcedar type. The synthesis of the cultures of Echimăuţi-Alcedar and Luka-Raikovetskaya laid the basis for the formation of the Old Russian culture of the Prut-Dniester region in the 10th—11th centuries. The Ancient Russian culture of these region was not homogeneous by its origin and reflected the presence of all migration waves in the Dniester-Prut interfluve.

Keywords: Prut-Dniester interfluve, cultural-historical worlds, Slavs, nomads, Prague culture, Penkovka culture, Luka-Raikovetskaya culture, Balkano-Danube culture, Old Russian culture, cultural groups of Echimăuţi-Alcedar, Petruha, Hanska

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Roman Rabinovici
(Kishinev, Moldova). Doctor of History. High Anthropological School University. N. Iorga St., 5, Kishinev, MD-2009, Moldova
E-mail: [email protected]

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