Bronze Age of North-Western Black Sea Region: Chronology of Culture and Possibility of Contacts

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Ivanova, Svitlana; Toshchev, Hennadii;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
  • Journal: Bulletin of Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts. Series in Museology and Monumental Studies (issn: 2617-9490, eissn: 2617-7943)
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  • Subject: Північно-Західне Причорномор’я; буджацька культура; катакомбна культура; бабинська культура; бронзова доба | the North-Western Black Sea region; Budzhak culture; Catacomb culture; Babino culture; Bronze Age | Северо-Западное Причерноморье; буджакская культура; катакомбная культура; бабинская культура; эпоха бронзы | 930.85(477.7-16)"637"

The main objective of the study is to examine the chronology and possible contacts of cultures contacts of Early and Middle Bronze Age in the North-Western Black Sea region (Pit Grave, Catacomb, Babino cultures), which have been reflected in archaeological data.The rese... View more
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