Two hungarian graves of the 9th century in the danube-dnister steppes
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KVITNYTSKYI, M.; TURK, A.; TELNOV, Nicolai; LYSENKO, Sergey; SINIKA, Vitalij S.. Two hungarian graves of the 9th century in the danube-dnister steppes. In: Stratum plus. 2020, nr. 5, pp. 329-339. ISSN 1608-9057.
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Numărul 5 / 2020 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533

Two hungarian graves of the 9th century in the danube-dnister steppes

Două morminte ungureşti din sec. IX în stepele dunăreano-nistrene

Два венгерских погребения IX века в Дунай-Днестровских степях


Pag. 329-339

Kvitnytskyi M.1, Turk A.2, Telnov Nicolai1, Lysenko Sergey3, Sinika Vitalij S.1
 
1 T.G. Shevchenko State University of Pridnestrovie, Tiraspol,
2 Pazmany Peter Catholic University,
3 Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
 
Disponibil în IBN: 24 martie 2021


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The paper considers two early medieval burial mound complexes investigated in the North-Western Black Sea region, in the south of the Dniester-Prut interfluve. A fragment of the arrowhead and gold foil were preserved from the grave 13/1 from Olănești cemetery (the right bank of the Lower Dniester), and only gold foil were preserved from the burial 6/4 from Balabanu-2 cemetery. It is evident that these graves belonged to ordinary community members. Modern analysis of the funerary rite (bone from sacrificial food near the buried shoulder, the presence of charcoal in the grave) and a few accompanying equipment (arrowhead wrapped in gold foil, as well as finds of gold foil plates of various shapes) allow us to consider these burials to be Hungarian and date them to the 9th - the beginning of the 10th century.