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2018 | 7 | 129-139
Article title

Раннесредневековая латная рукавица из Сочинского района Краснодарского края (предварительное сообщение)

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Title variants
EN
Early Medieval Plate Gauntlets from the Sochi district (Krasnodar region, Russia), preliminary communication
Languages of publication
RU
Abstracts
EN
This article assumes the introduction into scientific circulation of one of the rare items of the early medieval defensive weapons - a armoured glove. Details of the mitten and fibula are found in the Sochi district of the Krasnodar Region near the village of Lesnoye. Published items come from the amateur illegal excavations of the early 2000s, but are currently in the funds of the State Historical Museum in Moscow. In the note are drawings and photographs of things, as well as data of spectral analysis of the metal. Judging by the dating of the buckle from the destroyed complex, the findings should be attributed to the second half of the 6th century CE.
Contributors
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  • Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
References
  • ГАВРИТУХИН И.О., ПЬЯНКОВ А.В. (2003), Глава 8. Раннесредневековые древности побережья 4-9 в. Могильники 3-4 веков, в: Крым, Северо-Восточное Причерноморье и Закавказье в эпоху средневековья IV-XIII века, Б.А. Рыбаков (ред.), Москва, 186-200.
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Publication order reference
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