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Stratum plus. 2023. No3

Deprived childhood in the Iron Age

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Deprived childhood in the Iron Age



V. N. Guryanov, A. A. Chubur (Bryansk, Russian Federation)Ceramic Animals of Forest Settlements: Games of Adults with Gods or Children’s Toys?15Yu. G. Kokorina (Moscow, Russian Federation)The “Prince” of Steppe Scythia (Children’s Burial from Tovsta Mohyla in the Context of Mythological Picture of the Scythian World)27Yu. D. Razuvaev (Voronezh, Russian Federation)Life and Death of Children from the Scythian Time Middle Don Settlements43N. S. Savelev (Ufa, Russian Federation)Children’s Burial from Shatmantamak: Cultural Traditions between Radiocarbon and Archaeological Chronology55


G. S. Jumabekova (Almaty, Kazakhstan), D. K. Dossayeva (Astana, Kazakhstan), G. A. Bazarbayeva (Almaty, Kazakhstan)A “Deer with Golden Horns”: Analysis of the Plot of the Saddle Decoration from an Elite Burial in the Kazakh Altai69R. V. Zymovets (Kyiv, Ukraine)On Some Images of Archaic Coins of Ionia and Asia Minor on Scythian Zoomorphic Bronze Plaques85O. S. Likhacheva (Barnaul, Russian Federation)“Deer” stones as a Source when Creating Graphic Reconstructions111Yu. A. Prokopenko (Stavropol, Russian Federation)Openwork Plaques of the 4th—2nd Centuries BC from the Sites of the Central Ciscaucasia121V. K. Fedorov (Ufa, Russian Federation)Sets of Bone Plates with “Plexys” Ornaments from Early Nomad Burials of the 3rd Century BC in the Southern Urals133


I. V. Bruyako (Odessa, Ukraine)From the Ontology of Modern Archaeological Science (About Parallel Discourses and the Threshold of Mutual Understanding between East and West) Free!151


E. E. Antonov (Moscow, Russian Federation)Late Scythians’ Houses in North-West Crimea in the Second Half of 1st Century BC — First Quarter of 1st Century AD165Zh. R. Utubayev (Almaty, Kazakhstan), S. B. Bolelov (Moscow, Russian Federation), A. D. Kasenova (Almaty, Kazakhstan)Babish-mola — the Capital City of Antiquity in the Lower Reaches of the Syr Darya: Stratigraphy, Periodization, Chronology179V. A. Borzunov (Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation). G. V. Beltikova (†), P. A. Kosintsev (Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation), S. V. Kuzminykh (Moscow, Russian Federation)An Early Iron Age Metallurgical ”Plant” in the Ural Mountains201P. I. Shulga, D. P. Shulga (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)About the Chariot in the Zhongshan Kingdom and Other Semi-barbaric Early States243A. Z. Beisenov, A. V. Panichkin (Almaty, Kazakhstan), I. V. Gorashchuk (Samara, Russian Federation), D. T. Shashenov (Karaganda, Kazakhstan)Issyk-type Dagger from Temirshi, Central Kazakhstan: Results of Metallographic, Chemical and Traceological Analysis255T. V. Egorova, S. V. Olkhovskiy (Moscow, Russian Federation)Black-Glazed Pottery with Stamped and Incised Decoration from Underwater Research near Ak-Burun Cape267S. Yu. Monakhov (Saratov, Russian Federation)About the New Type of Amphorae “Sporades-1”, Imitating the Amphorae of Ikos289N. Yu. Limberis, I. I. Marchenko (Krasnodar, Russian Federation)Gray-clay Fish Plates from the Maeotian Burial Grounds on the Right Bank of the Kuban River303


N. N. Golovchenko (Barnaul, Russian Federation)Differentiation of the Clothing Inventory by Sex and Age Based on Materials from Funerary Sites Found in the Upper Obi Region Dated by the Second Half of the First Millennium BC.319O. V. Anikeeva (Moscow, Russian Federation), M. A. Balabanova, V. M. Klepikov (Volgograd, Russian Federation), A. S. Pilipenko (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)Burial of a ‘Priestess’ from Filippovka 1 Cemetery: an attempt of a comprehensive study341E. A. Popova (Moscow, Russian Federation)Crypts with Stepped Ceilings of the Necropolis near the Village Zaozernoye in the Northwestern Crimea: Design Features, Origins of Tradition, Semantics369E. P. Sekerskaya (Odessa, Ukraine), V. S. Sinika (Tiraspol, Moldova)Animals in the Funerary Rite of the Scythians on the Left Bank of the Lower Dniester in the 5 th—4 th centuries BC391


I. V. Bruyako (Odessa, Ukraine)I. V. Bruyako (Odessa, Ukraine). Book presentation: Radu-Alexandru Dragoman, with contributions from Andrei V. Krasnojon and Cătălin I. Nicolae. Archaeology, History and Politics in Transnistria in 1941—1944. Kharkiv: Folio, 2023. – 644 pp.: 595 ill. Free!405


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Pages — 415
Format — 200×290 mm

ISSN: 1608-9057 
E-ISSN: 1857-3533
DOI: https://doi.org/10.55086/sp233