作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus. Археология и культурная антропология, 2019, Vol.4Stratum出版公司
摘要:Shield bosses of Dobrodzień type are well known in Barbaricum, from the Danube to the eastern shore of the Black Sea. Most of these finds are from the barbaric sites of Central Europe, which are related to the Germans of the late Roman period and the beginning of the Great M...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus. Археология и культурная антропология, 2018, Vol.4Stratum出版公司
摘要:The article addresses prestigious archaeological finds of the post-Hunnic Time (the second half of the 5th — the middle of the 6th c.) and artefacts that testify to the spread of the “military” material culture in the Upper and Middle Dnieper basin, on the territory of ...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus. Археология и культурная антропология, 2018, Vol.5Stratum出版公司
摘要:There are a few burials containing prestigious armaments, horse equipment and male outfit — swords, bits, buckles in the Cimmerian Bosporus of the second half of the 5th — first half of the 6th centuries (Kerch, tomb 163.1904, tomb 6.1905, Jurga-Oba, tomb 40, Taman, tomb of ...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2015, Vol.5Stratum出版公司
摘要:The article is devoted to Slavic weapons, gear rider and horse equipment in 5th—7th centuries (Prague, Penkovka and Kolochin cultures). These are spears and javelins, swords and daggers, axes, arrows, quiver and bow details, fragments of armor, spurs, bits etc. According to ...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2014, Vol.4Stratum出版公司
摘要:The author considers grave goods, dating, social status and ethno-cultural attribution of a «princely» burial at Conceşti, found on the bank of the Prut River and nowadays kept in the Hermitage in St.-Petersburg. It is supposed to be burial of either a Barbarian leader of th...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2013, Vol.5Stratum出版公司
摘要:The article deals with the buckle with embossed decoration, originating from the burial Marvele, Central Lithuania. The buckle bears Mediterranean Crafts tradition. Almost all finds of buckles of this type come from the Black Sea, they are especially numerous in the South-We...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2014, Vol.6Stratum出版公司
摘要:A new type of weapons — blades with notches at the hilt — appear in Gaul in the Great Migrations period. These blades appear in late Roman time in the North Caucasus and Northern Black Sea realm. Later they spread to the Middle Danube area, then reach Gaul, where two finds o...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2014, Vol.5Stratum出版公司
摘要:Barrow burial cremation 45 from Dolozhsky pogost (cemetery) in the western part of the Leningrad Region contained a set of military equipment, dated back to 5th — early 6th centuries. It includes a three-part bits with decoration in the form of cuts on the annular cheek-piec...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2016, Vol.4Stratum出版公司
摘要:The paper deals with the archaeological evidence of the waterways connecting the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea, as well as attracted information from written sources, which indirectly confirms the reality of their existence in the Late Roman Period and during the Great Migrat...
作者:M. M. Kazanski
来源:[J].Stratum plus, 2012, Vol.5Stratum出版公司
摘要:During the Great Migration of the Peoples, as well as in the early Middle Ages, scramasaxes were widely distributed in Europe. Scramasax is a straight-bladed single-edged weapon with a length of less than 72 cm. By size, one can distinguish long scramasaxes derived from the Byzan...


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