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KVITNYTSKYI, M., SYVOLAP, Mykhaylo, GRIGORIEV, V.. Barrow-cenotaph of the 11th-12th centuries near irkliev village, the site of the pereyaslav torks in the dnieper region. In: Stratum plus, 2020, nr. 5, pp. 191-203. ISSN 1608-9057.
|Numărul 5 / 2020 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533|
A barrow-cenotaph was excavated in 1988 on the left bank of the river Dnieper near Irkliev village. A plate for the bow end and remnants of a quiver decorated with a bone ornamented plate were discovered at the level of the ancient horizon. The object represents a rare group of sites also known in the Volga and Lower Dnieper regions. Decorative plates with carved ornaments in the form of “twists” were often used to decorate the quiver in the 8th-12th centuries. The plate for the bow end is a rare type of product, an identical analogy to which is found in the materials of Trans-Baikal region. Analysis of the material let us date the barrow to the 11th-12th centuries and let us reveal the series of synchronous funerary sites in the area of Supoj-Sula interfluve. This territory belonged to the Sula defence line of the Old Rus time, where the Pereyaslavl Torks were located. The investigated site also belongs to this group of nomads and can be associated with the Berendei.
11th-12th centuries, Barrow-cenotaph, Berendei, Pereyaslav torks, Plate for the bow end, quiver, Sula defense line, Supoj-Sula interfluve