MAIASP. 2021. No. 13
V.S. Sinika (Tiraspol, Moldova), S.D. Lysenko (Kyiv, Ukraine), S.N. Razumov (Tiraspol, Moldova), O.A. Zakordonets (Tiraspol, Moldova)
Scythian graves of barrow 14 of the
“Sluiceway” group in the
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The paper publishes for the first time the Scythian graves from barrow 14 of the “Sluiceway” (“Vodovod”) group, which was studied near the Glinoe village, Slobodzeya district, on the left bank of the Lower Dniester in 2018. The scientific data obtained during the study of this mound allow us to pay special attention to some elements of the funerary rite such as placing objects on the grave covering and under the body of the buried. The graves contained tools (a knife, an awl, needles, a whorl, a whetstone), a mirror and two toilet vessels (blackglazed and handmade), vessels (blackglazed kantharos and a saltcellar, a handmade pot), numerous adornments (necklace of beads, bracelets of beads, a bronze bracelet, mollusk shells, bronze finger rings, three chains of bronze rings), as well as cult objects (pieces of ocher, a dog's tooth, two pebbles, a stone slab with traces of soot and a large set of astragali). Barrow 14 of the "Sluiceway" group dates to the second quarter of the 4th c. BCE on the basis of blackglazed vessels.
Key words: Left bank on the Lower Dniester Region, Scythians, barrows, graves, the second quarter of the 4th c. BCE.
Received December 14, 2021
Accepted for publication December 27, 2021
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