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Stratum plus. 2017. No5

O. P. Dobrova (Moscow, Russian Federation)

Glass Beads with Copper and Ceramic Tubes

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Pages: 307-310

Ancient Russian sites offer beads manufactured in some rare for this territory techniques. One of such finds is a bead with a ceramic tube at its core, which comes from the burial ground at Dregli village (Novgorod). A workshop that produced such beads was found on Afrasiab hillfort and can be dated to the 9th — 10th centuries, according to ceramic materials. Another bead comes from Gnezdovo settlement (Smolensk): it is a copper tube glazed by colorless glass. The latter finds analogies among Central European antiquities of the 7th — 10th centuries.

Keywords: Ancient Rus, 10th—11th сс., glass beads, beads with copper tubes, beads with ceramic tubes, technology

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Olga Dobrova
(Moscow, Russian Federation). The Paleoethnology Research Center. Novaya Sq., 12, building 5, Moscow, 109012, Russian Federation
E-mail: [email protected]

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