MAIASK. 2016. No. 8

M. M. Choref (Nizhnevartovsk, Russia), A. V. Jakushechkin (Bakhchisaray, Russia)


Hoard of Roman coins found near the village Perevalnoye (Crimea)

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Pages: 579-591

The object of the study was rare for South-Western Crimea monument the treasure of Roman Silver and Billon Coins of II—III centuries CE. It was discovered by the locals near the village Perevalnoye. At present this treasure is stored in a private collection. It consists of denarii and antoniniani coinage of Rome, Antioch, Milan and Emesa. We came to the conclusion that the coins found near the village Perevalnoye, were a treasure hidden party successful raid on the Balkan provinces of the Roman Empire. It could happen in the 260's CE. We are fishing for later coin. It is possible that the treasure was hidden near the settlements or the sanctuary. We deliver the results of our research on the scientific discussion.


Key words: The Roman Empire, Taurica, barbarians, history, numismatics, treasure.


Received November 8, 2016
Accepted for publication December 2, 2016


About the authors:

Choref Mikhail Mikhailovich (Nizhnevartovsk, Russia). Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Research scientist at the Regional Historical Research Laboratory, Nizhnevartovsk State University.


Jakushechkin Aleksandr Valentinovich (Bakhchisaray, Russia). Visiting Researcher of the Mardzhani Crimean Scientific Center of the Institute of History of Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan.