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Stratum plus. 2017. No5

Ya. V. Volodarets-Urbanovich (Kiev, Ukraine), Yu. V. Buinov (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

Casting Molds from Tsirkuny 13 Settlement

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The article presents casting moulds from Tsirkuny 13. Ten casting moulds of marl and white limestone were transferred to the Museum of Archaeology of the Kharkiv National University named after V. N. Karazin in 2010. Two moulds were used to manufacture Pastyrskoe and Glodos earrings. Two other moulds could produce small conical beads. The remaining six moulds were intended for the production of various kinds of plaques. Also found were a clay ladle for molten metal, crucible, nozzle and grinding stone associated with bronze casting. Production of bronzes from Tsirkuny 13 can be dated to the turn of the 6th—7th until 7th—8th or the 1st half of the 8th century AD.

Keywords: Eastern Europe, Early Middle Ages, 6th—8th centuries, Penkovka culture, Sakhnovka type, “Anty antiquities”, jewelry, non-ferrous metals processing, production of bronzes, casting moulds, crucibles, clay ladle for molten metal

Information about authors:

Yaroslav Volodarets-Urbanovich
(Kiev, Ukraine). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Geroev Stalingrada Ave., 12, Kiev, 04210, Ukraine
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Yuriy Buinov (Kharkiv, Ukraine). Candidate of Historical Sciences.
E-mail: [email protected]

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