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V. V. Priymak (Sumy, Ukraine)

Burials of the Sarmatian Time of the Upper Sula and Upper Psel Basins (Beginning of the 1st Millennium AD)

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Pages: 221-234 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.55086/SL22221234

The article is devoted to the region of the upper reaches of the Sula and Psel rivers and adjacent territories. It is proposed to single out the late Scythian region from the 2nd century BC to the 1st—2nd centuries AD in the Upper Sula basin. The Late Scythian, Sarmatian and some (stationary researched) Late Zarubintsy sites have been mapped. The majority of the Sarmatian complexes have not been published, and late Scythian sites have not been sufficiently studied. The mapping of the sites is considered as a preparatory stage for further study of the antiquities of the late Scythians and Sarmatians. The Sarmatian sites of the Left Bank of the Dnieper (2nd century BC — 1st—2nd centuries AD) and the Kharievka type (2nd century BC — first half 1st century AD) are represented by material complexes. Late Scythian and late Zarubintsy antiquities are dominated by in situ finds and objects. There are also stray finds of artifacts. The author believes that further steps in this study will require development of a unified system of chronology, including all, without exception, types of antiquities from the Dnieper’s Left Bank.

Keywords: Dnieper Left Bank, basins of the Sula, Psel, Vorskla rivers, late Scythian, Sarmatian, Zarubintsy (Kharievka type), late Zarubintsy antiquities, mapping of sites

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Viktor Priymak
(Sumy, Ukraine). Historical and Cultural Reserve “Bilsk” at the Poltava Regional Council. Chapayev, 62, Kotelva township, Poltava Oblast, 38600, Ukraine
E-mail: [email protected]


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