MAIASK. 2018. No. 10

S.V. Ushakov (Simferopol, Crimea)

THE STUDY of QUARTER XCVII IN THE NORTH-EAST AREA OF CHERSONESOS IN 20122015: THE MAIN RESULTS

DOI: 10.24411/2219-8857-2018-00006

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The article provides a short review of the field archeological researches in the northern part of Quarter XCVII in the North-Easternarea of Chersonesos. The researches were conducted in 20122015 at the site of the Medieval Rooms 18, 18B, 1922, 25, 26, and the side street between the Rooms No. 13 and No. 24. Three basic layers of filling were found. The rock layer with the materials of the late fifth the first half of the fourth BCE is preserved fragmentarily. The early pithoi belong to the mid and late fourth century BCE. Due to permanent rebuilding, the archeological layers of the ancient and the early Byzantine time (up to 9th 10th cent. CE) are preserved fragmentary. The findings are represented with a mass of fragmented material within a wide chronological range (to 13th cent. CE inclusively). Among the individual findings, there are abox-tiles field, a coin complex, and also a molybdoboulos of Leo Aliatus.

Key words: Tauric Chersonesos, Quarter XVIII, Stratigraphy, Findings, Ceramics, Molybdoboulos.

Received December 14, 2018
Accepted for publication December 28, 2018

About the author:

Ushakov Sergey Vladimirovich (Simferopol, Crimea). Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Researcher at the Department of Ancient Archeology, Institute of Archeology of the Crimea of the Russian Academy of Sciences

E-mail: yshakovsv@list.ru