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Stratum plus. 2012. №5

I. V. Stasjuk (St.-Petersburg, Russia)

Population of the Izhora Highland in I — Early II Millennium AD

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Pages: 63-88

The article includes an overview of the new archaeological finds on Izhora highland. This area in the 1st millennium AD was inhabited by the western group of the Baltic-Finnish peoples. The beginning of the settlement belongs to 1st—2nd century AD, when the core of the settlement formed, which functioned throughout the I millennium AD and preserv its ethnic and cultural identity until the 16th century, when it is mentioned as “pogosty v chudi” (cemeteries in Chud). The relationship of population of the Izhora highland with Estonia and Finland is also shown

Keywords: Izhora highland, burial ground, Roman age, Middle Ages, Finno-Ugric

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Ivan Stasjuk (St.-Petersburg, Russia). Museum-Estate of Nicholas Roerich in Izvara
E-mail: [email protected]

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