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Stratum plus. 2012. №5

A. V. Kurbatov (St.-Petersburg, Russia)

Leather Industry in the Towns of Medieval Rus’: Modern Studies




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Pages: 319-350


After two recent decades, studies of leather objects from medieval Rus’ suggest that there were both phases and continuity in the development of the leather dressing over the 8th/9th to 17th centuries. The evolution of this handicrft was influenced both by brief and long-term contacts with the societies of neighbouring regions. Nevertheless, one is able to recognize the establishing of basically independent practices in processing leathers and making leather objects within the territory of the Early Russian state in the 10th—11th centuries.


Keywords: Medieval Rus’, towns, leather Industry, modern studies


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Alexandr Kurbatov (St.-Petersburg, Russia). Doctor of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences
E-mail: [email protected]

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