Early hungarian grave near Frumusica village in the middle Dniester region
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KVITNYTSKYI, M.; TELNOV, Nicolai; LYSENKO, Sergey; RAZUMOV, Serghei; SINIKA, Vitalij S.; TURK, A.. Early hungarian grave near Frumusica village in the middle Dniester region. In: Stratum plus. 2021, nr. 5, pp. 345-370. ISSN 1608-9057.
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Numărul 5 / 2021 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533

Early hungarian grave near Frumusica village in the middle Dniester region

Ранневенгерское погребение у с. Фрумушика в Среднем Поднестровье


Pag. 345-370

Kvitnytskyi M.1, Telnov Nicolai1, Lysenko Sergey2, Razumov Serghei1, Sinika Vitalij S.1, Turk A.3
 
1 T.G. Shevchenko State University of Pridnestrovie, Tiraspol,
2 Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
3 Pazmany Peter Catholic University
 
Disponibil în IBN: 2 decembrie 2021


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Early Hungarian burials, previously being unidentified in the North-West Black Sea region, were confidently localized in this territory over the past decade.Among them, there is a plane grave near the Frumusica village, discovered occasionally on the right bank of the Middle Dniester in 1975 and published in 1981 as the Golden Horde burial.The inventory consisted of a knife, a firesteel with fire flint, bone plates on the bow, arrowheads, ornamented bone plates on the quiver, a bone end of the arrowhead.Analysis of the materials showed that the complex from Frumusica is the burial of a warrior-archer from the early Hungarian migrations period.The commonality of the details of the funerary rite, the identity of the items of the inventory and the chronology of things make it possible to quite definitely attribute this site to the group of Hungarian graves of the 9 th - the first third of the 10 th centuries, studied in the North-West Black Sea region). 

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Bone end of the arrowhead, Bone plates on the bow, Bow, early Middle Ages, Hungarians, Plain burial, Quiver set, Right bank of the middle Dniester