MAIASK. 2017. No. 9

. V. Ivashchenko (Saratov, Russia), V. S. Sinika (Tiraspol, Moldova).

Amphora stamps from the Nadlimanskoe fortified settlement

DOI: 10.24411/2219-8857-2017-00022

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Pages: 484-533

Amphorae stamps are one of the most informative categories of archaeological material discovered during excavations of the Nadlimanskoe fortified settlement of Chobruchi on the left bank of the Dniester firth. The first publications of the stamps contained a lot of mistakes, including gross ones. In the present paper these errors have been corrected. In addition, the analysis of the stamps of the Black Sea and Mediterranean centers was conducted. The analisis makes it possible to distinguish four stages of the receipt of imported products in stamped ceramic tare on the Nadlimanskoe fortified settlement: 1) 410371 BC; 2) 370336 BC; 3) 335306 BC; 4) 305271. Taking into account the coefficients of stamping, authors managed to calculate the absolute density of distribution of the products in the ceramic tare that arrived in the Nadlimanskoe fortified settlement from the end of the 5th c. BC till the end of the first fird of the 3rd c. BC.


Key words: Left bank on the Lower Dniester Region, fortified settlement, amphora stamps, the end of the 5th the first fird of the 3rd centuries BC.


Received December 15, 2017
Accepted for publication December 28, 2017


About the authors:

Ivashchenko Mikhail Veniaminovich (Saratov, Russia). Postgraduate Student of the History of the Ancient World of the N. G. Chernyshevsky Saratov National Research State University.


Sinika Vitalij Stepanovich (Tiraspol, Moldova). Candidate of Historical Sciences, Leading Researcher Research Laboratory Archaeology of T. G. Shevchenko Pridnestrovian State University, Senior Researcher Scientific Laboratory of the Historiography and Field Methods in Archaeology, Nizhnevartovsk State University.