A Rare Type Fibula from the Nikolskoye XVII Burial Ground on the Suda River Cover Image
  • Price 3.00 €

Фибула редкого типа из могильника Никольское XVII на реке Суде
A Rare Type Fibula from the Nikolskoye XVII Burial Ground on the Suda River

Author(s): Elena Robertovna Mikhaylova
Subject(s): History, Archaeology
Published by: Издательский дом Stratum, Университет «Высшая антропологическая школа»
Keywords: fibula; Roman provincial objects; White Lake basin; main roads;

Summary/Abstract: The article discusses an iron pincer fibula, originating from the excavations led by A. N. Bashenkin on the Suda river. The fibula comes from a partially destroyed burial ground with cremations Nikolskoye XVII, dating from the 2nd—3rd centuries up to 9th—10th centuries. Pincer fibulae are a rather rare variety of Roman provincial hinged brooches, most common in Northern Italy, Eastern Gaul and the Balkans. On the territory of Eastern Europe, finds of pincer fibulae are rare. According to the author, pincer fibulae could have entered the Sheksna basin from the south, from the side of the Oka basin, most likely in the 3rd century.

  • Issue Year: 2021
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 203-210
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Russian