The 11th century jewelry workshopat Rachevka in Smolensk
Автор: Krenke N.A., Ershov I.N., Murentseva T. Yu., Khavrin S.V.
Статья в выпуске: 245-2, 2016 года.
The paper reviews remains of a jewelry workshop dating to the second half of the 11th century that were discovered at Rachevka in Smolensk and were investigated in 2015. The assemblage of the finds includes hundreds of crucible fragments and crucible lids, remains of raw material such as brass bars, fragments of tools, spruces, splash metal, pin blanks for horseshoe-shaped fibulae as well as finished rejects (?), i.e. temple rings of the Desna type, pectoral crosses, spoon-shaped amulets, etc.
Ювелирная мастерская xi в, medieval smolensk, jewelry workshop of the 11th century, horseshoeshaped fibulae, temple rings of the desna type, x-ray fluorescence analysis, crucibles
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