archaeological. culture of early railroad. a .. The name comes from the Naib. studied Hudyakovskogo repository. Vyatskiy option pjanoborskoj generality the III. BC V c. BC HK distributed in the bass. lower and Wed Vyatka, lower p. Bonnets and p. Kil'mez. HK developed on the ba. Vyatkian option Anan'ino community.
Pam. Attributable to HK, Izv. even in pre-revolutionary. works. R.D.Goldinoy highlighted. Of the village. it is possible to carry multi-Bui, Argyzhskoe, Nikulchinskoe settlement where met flea complexes pjanoborskoj time. On Bui fort is a treasure bronzes. Jewelry Read more [...]
archaeological. Culture Bronze Age. Fedorov type of archaeological. memory., was originally isolated K.V.Salnikovym for districts of the South. Zauralye as the first stage of the Andronovo culture (Andronovo kult.-ist. Community -AKIO) (XVIII-XVI centuries BC.). It later emerged that the ancient Fedorov type have more width. geographical distribution (Zap. Siberia, Eastern. and central Kazakhstan, Altai, Minusinskaya basin), and affirmed their opinion on a later date (XIII-XII centuries BC.), as well as a cult. isolation within Akio.
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URINSKY BURIAL AND GOLD
archaeological. memory. Perm. region., K. P. nat. env., Kochevsky rn, d. Uryan. UM located in the estuary. Uri, the lion. tributary of the river. Onolvy lion. tributary of the river. Kama. Opened in the late XIX century. Several. things were collected Teploukhova. VF Gening Inst. 56 graves. Dating UM VIII-X centuries. Hoard of VII century.
Boneyard beskurganny graves arranged in rows extending in a north-east of in the southwest and from east to west Burial, preim. single, made in the manner of rectangular pits burials. In one case, found the remains of cremation. Mind. Read more [...]
UREFTY I, BURIAL
archaeological. memory. Chelyaba region., South. Beach about. Urefty. Has 35 burial mounds. Eastern. outskirts of the village cemetery destroyed. Early Bronze Age. The burial ground belongs to the circle of memory. Andronovo cultural-historical community and consists of raznokult. funerary complexes. In six barrows Fedorov Culture Inst. 11 burials. Three barrow contained in one grave, burial mound VII were two of them, and in the mounds of IV and VI of three. Grave pits subrectangular form, the predominant orientation from west to east, in the device of burial chambers and grave Read more [...]
(AEE Suersky in materials, in to-ing were mounds, Izv. Later under the name. Savinovsky repository) memory. Early Iron Age. Tyumen region., Uporovsk district. Located on Ave. Bank. Tobol between village. Bizova and Tyutrin. Math. from the XVIII century., when was first described by PS Pallas. Inst. AV and N.P.Matveevymi. The first descriptions contained information about the many mounds, at the time of the excavations there were 10.
TM was on plowed mane radical terraces. Earthen mounds, 0.1-0.8 m tall, with a diameter of approx. 20 m, formed unordered row along the floodplain, Read more [...]
archaeological. memory., burial mound. Resp. Bash., Birskiy district, eastern. outskirts. Tartyshevo. Open and Inst. K.V.Salnikovym. Opened two mound of six. In the mound I were two burial mound II in one. Individual burial in earth pits (in the grave mound II traced the remains of wooden logs and longitudinal recuperator) committed by the method of inhumation crouched on pr. Side of his head to the east, or VA-VA-Yu Each burial was accompanied by a vessel, worth approx. skull. Apart from these, in the burial mound 2 I found a loop-shaped bent copper wire, and in the southern. floor. Read more [...]
one of the largest in the South. W. cemeteries Bronze Age. Resp. Bash., Chishminski district, 1.5-2 km south of the village. Art. Yabalakly. Located on a promontory high above the floodplain terrace lion. coast of the river. Demos. The mound with a diameter of 7 to 20 m and a height of 0.2-0.6 m, there are a compact group in a swarm, there are over 120 mounds.
Open V.S.Gorbunovym and M.F.Obydennovym. At the cemetery, there are two groups of barrows Abashevo carcass and cultures.
Established that the DOS. weight Abashevo mounds concentrated in the northeast. h. storage., where excavated Read more [...]
The growth of productive forces, reflected in the development of industry, the transition to producing forms of economy, contributed to further development of the tribal system. The economic basis of society was common ownership of land, other means of production were both collective and individually owned. Type of primary socio-economic unit more or less dictated by the need for joint work.
With the transition to a durable residence in the Eneolithic and the predominant role of appropriating economy maternal tribal community has not lost its production function. The social significance of women Read more [...]
cult. archaeological. complex, incl. fortified settlement., groundwater and burial mounds, a large mound -hramovo-burial structure. Chelyaba. region., Bredy district, pos. Rymniksky, p. Sintashta lion. tributary of the river. Tobol. Titles. S. (possibly Turkic river with gravestones) is given by the name of the river. Site was used at all stages of Bronze Age. Regular. settler and funerary complexes date from the second quart. II millennium BC. on the findings of discoid Psalm Mycenaean type pastovymi warty beads and copper spearheads. Inst. VF Gening and G.B.Zdanovichem.
Fortified settlement. Read more [...]
archaeological. memory. sowing. Udmurt VI-XI centuries. UDM. Rep., Kezsky rn, p. Paul Ave. Shore p. Bonnets, lion. tributary of the river. Vyatka, etc.. Tributary. Kama. Max. Math. PM I learned in 1905-06 and P.G.Tarasovym V.D.Emelyanovym, which revealed 173 burials. Concurrently. Inst. P. M. II under the name. Red Hill, where excavated 22 burials. At the same time held a small excavation P.G.Tarasov late PM XVII-XIX centuries. Danchashay (10 burials) Chabyashay (4 burials). In 1987, VA Semionov studied 83 burial P. I MM
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archaeological. Culture unites memory. the end of the V-IX in. located preim. in the upper reaches of the river. Bonnets.
Titles. the burial grounds near the village. Paul (Polomskie burial) Kezsky district UDM. Rep. VF Gening highlighted. Max. Math. Varninsky (486 burials) Polomsky (173) Mydlanshay (86), Tolensky (134) burial. Mind. buried according to the rites of inhumation graves, sometimes wrapped in birch bark, dressed in the best costumes with a variety of ornaments. In the tomb down their arms, tools, household items, as well as clay or metal container, in a rum is sometimes Read more [...]
archaeological. memory. Tyumen region., Tyumen district. Located on an elevated ridge of the southern shore of Lake St. Andrew's. against the second Pereyma. Consists of weakly expressed mounds with diameters of 6 to 10 m, elongated along the edge of the terrace.
VN Chernetsov excavations in 1952 excavated 13 graves. By the nature of the rite of burial PM divided into two groups. Regular. group consists of burial under mounds, often collective. Near the burial pits at the horizon were the ancient sacrificial bonfire complexes with vessels decorated with comb-Corded patterns, Read more [...]
Perevoznoye I, IA
archaeological. memory, pos. and burial. Chelyaba. region., Argayashsky district, island transportable, sowing. h. lake. Argazi. Open N.A.Aleksashenko, Inst. N.A.Krutskih. Pos. laminated, contains finds from the Late Stone Age (second half. III beginning. II millennium BC.) to the era of the late yellow. in. (Early. I millennium AD.).
Regular. complex of finds from the settlement. from worn-to Cherkaskul Mezhovsky and culture of the Wed and Late Bronze Age. in. (Ser. II beginning. I millennium BC.). Occupies the south-west. shore of the island, bounded by the west and east rocky Read more [...]
archaeological. Culture allocated under andronoidnoy obschnosti.Zanimaet ter. Tobol and Irtysh predtaezhnogo. Dates back to (XIII) XII-XI centuries. BC Pottery Pahomovsky type indicates the further development of the Andronov ornamentation. This tableware pottery forms with smooth profiling decorated by a combination of simple (Christmas trees, brackets, etc.) and geometric (triangles, meanders tape, etc.) patterns. Max. characteristic element andronoidnoy, including Pahomovsky dishes are notched grooves that serve as a cult. indicator.
Pos. PK distinguished by the relative Read more [...]
beskurganny burial, archaeological. memory. Perm. region., Kungurskiy rn, p. Nevolin Ave. Bank of the river. Iren, bass. p. Kama. Inst. NM were launched in 1926-27 A.V.Shmidtom, continued Bader and R.D.Goldinoy. NM dates back to VII-IX centuries. Located 0.3 km to the south-west on p. Nevolin on a natural hill on the edge of the first terrace height of the level of p. 7 m. Studied 263 burial. In mezhmogilnom space concentrated a large number of animal bones, pottery fragments, the whole clay vessels residues memorial funeral feasts. According A.G.Petrenko, they belong to 153 Read more [...]
burial VIII-IX centuries. UDM. Rep., Glazov borough, village. Adam Ave. Bank of the river. Bonnets lion. tributary of the river. Vyatka, etc.. Tributary. Kama. Titles. with UDM. translated letters .: wrong, unusual cemetery, ie does not comply with the prevailing customs. VF Gening studied in 1957-58. On the Square. 459 m excavated 86 graves containing 88 complexes. The burial ground compactor, burial rites committed for burials in wooden coffins. Mind. stacked on the back of the head is elongated in the north, with small deviations to the east or Z. got a big collection of various Read more [...]
archeol. culture V-IX centuries, common on Ter. The upper Kama region from latitude Perm to the root R. the Kama river and its tributaries. The titles. comes from R. Ambatovy, on the banks to swarm in the late nineteenth century, found a large number of things that fall in WPI. collection Teploukhov. L.K. has developed as a result of movement in the Upper Kama region of the Cf. Perm Finno-Permian us. mladenovski culture and penetration on the Upper Kama Ugric us. of the forest-steppe zone of West Siberia. Siberia.
POS. L.K. open and strengthened. Almost all settlements built Read more [...]
archeol pam. udinski culture X-XIII centuries Svenl. region, Harenski R-n, D. Likino. U. 2 km to the East, Y.-C. D. Likino high (7 m), the Cape at the confluence of p. Ivalice with R. Licenci other tributary of R. Losive. Cape repeatedly inhabited in the bronze age. The cult. layer these sites are partially overlapped, and more including broken necropolis. Excavated remains of 40 burials, two cremation pits, platforms with proclam, sacrificial complexes and treasure, or perhaps the subject of sacrificial house.
Type funeral rites all Ter. L.M. can be divided into three oclock Naib. Read more [...]
nomadic Turkic-speaking tribes Union, to-ing originally belonged to Kimak-Kipchak confederation IX-XI centuries. (Kimaks). With Ser. The IX., After the collapse of kimak Khanate, K. independently act on ethno-watered. arena. Most likely, after the invasion of Kaew and K. Coons was able to retain a nomadic pastoralist system to-heaven already in X. stretched from the Aral Sea to the U. and the Syr Darya to Ishim. In Kipchak confederation includes both actual and K. Kimaks and Dep. tribal groups of Uighurs, Pechenegs, Oghuz and Bashkirs. By the XII-XIII centuries. Kipchak-Cumans occupied Read more [...]