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Погребальные памятники раннеримского времени Прикарпатья: хронология и время функционирования
Early Roman Time Funerary Sites in the Subcarpatian Region: Chronology and Period of Existence

Author(s): Tetyana Slobodyan
Subject(s): History, Archaeology, Cultural history, Ancient World
Published by: Издательский дом Stratum, Университет «Высшая антропологическая школа»
Keywords: Subcarpatian region; Early Roman period; funerary sites; burial grounds; Lipitsa culture; Przeworsk culture; chronology

Summary/Abstract: The article studies chronology of funerary sites in the Subcarpatian region, which date back to the Early Roman time (end of 1st century BC/early 1st century AD — last third of the 2nd/beginning of the 3rd centuries). Considering the modern developments of the typology of the items and their matching, the dating of the burials has been conducted; the existence periods of the stated burial grounds has been reviewed and specified; the correlation of chronology with geographical and ethnic indexes has been carried out. The earliest burials in the region (Kolokolin, Luchka, Rozhnevyye Polya, Chizhikov) date back to the first half of the 1st century AD. Some burials from burial grounds Bolotnya (42, 49, 70, 71) and Grinev (3) are also dated by the first half of the 1st century AD. Most of the dated complexes refer to the phases B1—B2a of the Early Roman period. If we talk about the existence period of the stated burial grounds, Bolotnya dates back to the first half/second third of the 1st century AD, Zvenigorod — 1st century — first half of the 2nd century AD, Grinev — 1st — 2nd centuries AD. Later, from the second third of the 1st century, the burial ground in Verkhnyaya Lipitsa functioned. Some of the latest complexes, which date back to the second half of the 2nd century AD, are also recorded here. The cemetery in Zaval’ye dates back to the 2nd century AD (probably the second half of the 2nd century AD), the Nepolokovtsy — the 2nd — 3rd centuries AD generally.

  • Issue Year: 2017
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 215-232
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Russian