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Stratum plus. 2012. №6

A. V. Lysenko (Simferopol, Ukraine)

About the Forming of the Numismatic Assemblage of the Autka Sanctuary (Southern Crimea) Dated to the Roman Period




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Pages: 81-104


The sanctuary was situated at the centre of the Taurica shore, between spheres of money circulation of the Bosporus kingdom and Chersonesus: near the boundary of the Chersonesus sphere but under political influence of the Bosporus. Numismatic assemblage of the site was formed by coins of both states. The site appeared in the second half of the 2nd — beginning of the 3rd c. AD, after the Taurica “joined” the Bosporus Kingdom. The site ceased in the first third of the 4th c. AD due to conflicts between Bosporus and Chersonesus in late 3rd — first half of 4th c..


Keywords: Taurica, Roman period, sanctuary, numismatic finds, circulation of money


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Alexander Lysenko (Simferopol, Ukraine). Crimea Branch of the Archaeology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
E-mail: [email protected]

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