Ein osteuropäischer Schnallentyp aus dem 7. Jahrhundert im Karpatenbecken. Peripheriale Verbindungen zur Zeit der byzantinischen Dominanz
An East European Buckle Type from 7th Century in the Carpathian Basin. Peripheral Relationship in the Time of the Byzantine Dominant.
Subject(s): History, Cultural history, Geography, Regional studies, Ancient World, 6th to 12th Centuries
Published by: Akadémiai Kiadó
Keywords: Early Avar Period; Eastern European contacts of the Carpathian Basin; centre–periphery cultural contacts; Martinovka group; pseudo-buckles in the Carpathian Basin; early and Middle Avar continuity;
Summary/Abstract: The present study discusses a single buckle type, namely the variant that has the loop and plate cast in one and is provided with an attachment spike, representing a separate technological group within consciously employed forms. Assigned to the heraldic style in the Martinovka group, these buckles enjoyed a long use. The distribution and chronology of this buckle type shed light on the cultural contacts between the territories (cultural peripheries) on the northern fringes of the Mediterranean.
- Issue Year: 66/2015
- Issue No: 2
- Page Range: 341-377
- Page Count: 37
- Language: German