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Stratum plus. 2012. №6

V. P. Kirilko (Simferopol, Ukraine)

Mosque in Eski Saray (Pionerskoe)

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The ruins near Pionerskoe village, situated in Simferopol region, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (former Eski Saray, later — Monetnoe village), are traditionally identifi ed as the remains of the Kalga-Sultan`s palace complex — his mint or residence and mosque dated from the 14th—15th centuries. The archaeological research in 1991 did not confirm that a mint might have existed here. The construction of the mosque dates back to the end of the second quarter of the 18th century.

Keywords: Crimean Khanate, Eski Saray, Muslim architecture, mosque, mint

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Vladimir Kirilko (Simferopol, Ukraine). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Crimea Branch of the Archaeology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

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