Nomadic grave on the left bank of the lower Danube in the context of studying the culture of the ancient Hungarians
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FOKEEV, Mihail; KVITNYTSKYI, M.; TELNOV, Nicolai; LYSENKO, Sergey; RAZUMOV, Serghei; SINICA, Vitalii. Nomadic grave on the left bank of the lower Danube in the context of studying the culture of the ancient Hungarians. In: Stratum plus. 2019, nr. 5, pp. 333-342. ISSN 1608-9057.
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Numărul 5 / 2019 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533

Nomadic grave on the left bank of the lower Danube in the context of studying the culture of the ancient Hungarians


Pag. 333-342

Fokeev Mihail1, Kvitnytskyi M.2, Telnov Nicolai3, Lysenko Sergey4, Razumov Serghei2, Sinica Vitalii2
 
1 Necunoscută, Ucraina,
2 T.G. Shevchenko State University of Pridnestrovie, Tiraspol,
3 Institute of Cultural Heritage,
4 Institute of Archeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
 
Disponibil în IBN: 4 decembrie 2019


Rezumat

The article analyzes the early medieval burial complex Plavni-II 1/2, studied in 1990 on the left bank of the Lower Danube. The grave was sunk into an Early Bronze Age barrow. Grave goods included a pair of battle knives, bone plates for a bow, a quiver with arrows, a golden foil. Image of a male face is on one of the fragments of the foil. The analysis of the burial rite and grave goods allowed dating the burial Plavni-II 1/2 to the second half of the 9th — the first decades of the 10th centuries and associate it with the ancient Hungarians. The investigated grave complements the list of funerary sites, marking the territory of the Hungarian tribes before they found their homeland.

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Arrow, Axe, Battle knives, Earlier Middle Ages, Face image, Fragments of golden foil, grave, Hungarians, Left bank of the lower danube, Quiver set