MAIASK. 2015. No. 7
S.D. Lysenko (Kyiv, Ukraine), E.I. Shklyarevskii (Fastiv, Ukraine), S.N. Razumov (Tiraspol, Moldova), S.S. Lysenko (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Barrow cemetery of Komarovskaya culture near Bukovna village (results of researches 2010—2013)
In the 2010—2013 Ukrainian-Polish archaeological expedition resumed the study of the Bronze Age barrows near Bukovna village, Tlumach district, Ivano-Frankovsk region, begun in the 30s of the 20th century. In the wood to the west of the village were recorded five burial groups and several mounds standing alone. A few barrows are situated on the fields south of the village. In general, in the ancient times cemetery consisted of about 50 mounds.
¹ 1 were excavated three barrows, one more — in
the group ¹ 2. The earliest barrow among the studied mounds
Geodesic, geophysical, paleopedological, dendrologic, paleobotanic, palynological, anthropological researches on the monument were carried out. A spectral analysis of metal and radiocarbon dating were done.
Key words: Trzciniec culture circle, Komarov culture, barrows, burial rite, ceramic complex, metal ornaments, flint industry.
Received November 11, 2015
About the authors:
Lysenko Sergey Dmitrievich
Shklyarevskii Evgenii Igorevich (
Lysenko Svetlana Stanislavovna (