MAIASK. 2015. No. 7
E.N. Tarasenko (Norilsk, Russia),
M.E. Tarasenko (Moscow, Russia),
D.E. Tarasenko (Moscow, Russia)
The Saltov-Mayatsky Culture Fortuitous Findings from
the Stone Graves Reserve Environs
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The article covers
description and identification of a number of iron objects fortuitous
findings in the upstream of the Karatish
River (a left feeder of the Berda), further south than the Stone Graves (the Kamenniye Mogili) branch of the
Ukrainian Steppe Nature Reserve, in Volodarsk
district of the Donetsk
The above mentioned findings are concerned to the Saltov-Mayatsky culture and can be
dated to the 8th—10th
centuries AD by comparison with archaeological material that is already
introduced into the science. Additional explorations and researches are
required to solve the questions concerning the scale of possible settlement
of the Saltov-Mayatsky culture, the relation of
these fortuitous findings to Ukrainka I settlement
known to the present time, to the Kurgan group on the right bank of the Karatish, and to traces of “the Tatar town”, described by
local history expert Ya.P.
words: the Saltov-Mayatsky culture, fortuitous
findings, Rozovka, the Stone Graves, Karatish, Ukrainka I, flail.
Received May 6, 2015
Accepted for publication June 7, 2015
Tarasenko Evgeniy Nikolaevich (Norilsk, Russia). Independent researcher, Candidate of Technical Sciences,
Associate Professor, Director
of the Polar Division of Diagnostics Center of Public Joint Stock Company “Mining and
Metallurgical Company “Norilsk Nickel””.
Mikhail Evgenievich (Moscow, Russia).
Independent researcher, Head of Procurement Management of
“Siberian Generating Company” Ltd.
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Tarasenko Dmitry Evgenievich (Moscow, Russia).
Independent researcher, specialist of the department a
complete set, “TER-Moskva” Ltd.