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Stratum plus. 2018. No4

Terra Barbarica and ‛Non-Roman Elite’

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Terra Barbarica and ‛Non-Roman Elite’



G. M. Kazakevich (Kiev, Ukraine)Power and Society of the Iron Age Celts: sources reconsidered17M. A. Balabanova (Volgograd, Russian Federation)Differentiation of the Anthropological Type of the Sarmatian Population in the Eastern European Steppes33M. L. Pereskokov (Perm, Russian Federation)Archaeological Criteria of Social Structure of the Population of the Perm Kama Region at the Late Stage of the Glyadenovo Culture (based on the materials of the Mokino burial ground, 3rd—5th/6th centuries AD)47V. N. Zin’ko, E. A. Zin’ko (Kerch, Crimea)To the Question of the Social Stratification of the Population of the Bosporus Tyritake in 4th—6th Centuries AD71M. M. Kazanski (Paris, France)Prestigious Finds and Post-Hunnic Centers of Power in the Dnieper Region83A. V. Mastykova (Moscow, Russian Federation)Dress from Eastern German Women’s Grave Vranja of Hunnic Time (province of Pannonia II) as a Social Marker119


M. Yu. Treister (Bonn, Germany)Chinese “Imports” in the Burials of the Nomads of Eastern Europe in the Second Half of the 1st Millennium BC — First Centuries AD153N. Yu. Limberis, I. I. Marchenko (Krasnodar, Russian Federation)The Chronology of Ornamented Mirror-Pendants with a Side Handle from Maeotian Burial Grounds оn the Right Bank of the Kuban River201O. V. Orfinskaya, E. G. Tolmacheva (Moscow, Russian Federation)Archaeological textile as a source on social, ethnic and religious identity of the Egyptian provincial population in the Graeco-Roman period: by evidence from Deir al-Banat necropolis219R. A. Kozlenko (Nikolaev, Ukraine)Tamga-shaped Signs from Olbia (to the problem of Sarmatian presence) Tamga-shaped Signs from Olbia (to the problem of Sarmatian presence)239I. N. Khrapunov, A. A. Stoyanova (Simferopol, Crimea)Adornments of the Late Roman Polychrome Style in the Cemetery of Opushki in the Crimea255A. V. Smokotina (Simferopol, Crimea)Import of Goods in Amphorae and Red Slip Ware into Bosporus in the Late 4th — First Half of the 7th Centuries263O. S. Yashnaya (Opishnya, Ukraine)Thin-walled Vessels with a High Content of Mica from the Complexes of Mangup-Kale (South-Western Crimea)281


M. M. Choref (Nizhnevartovsk, Russian Federation)Towards Prosopography of the Bosporan Kingdom: by numismatic data297E. A. Molev (Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation)Pirates of Mithridates VI Eupator against Rome311A. K. Nefedkin (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)Greek Militia in Balkan Greece in the Second Half of the 2nd c. BC to the 3rd c. AD317A. S. Skripkin (Volgograd, Russian Federation)About one type of Sarmatian military burials327V. E. Maslov, V. L. Derzhavin (Moscow, Russian Federation)A Rich Burial of the Great Migration Period from Northern Dagestan333A. E. Astafiev (Aktau, Kazakhstan), E. S. Bogdanov (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)Ritual Constructions of the Hunnic Time in Mangyshlak347


I. V. Tunkina, E. G. Zastrozhnova, O. V. Sharov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)The First Gold of Phanagoria: “Van der Weide’s bracelet” Free!371


L. S. Klejn (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)A Book on the Central Asian Origins of Tocharians and of All Indo-Europeans Free!387E.V. Vdovchenkov (Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation)Lower Volga Sarmatian Subcultures Free!397


List of AbbreviationsList Free!401SubmissionsSubmissions Free!405

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