The early bronze age settlement and the grave near the village of Starotitarovskaya, the Krasnodar region and burial discovered at the site

Автор: Korenevskiy S.N., Davudov Sh. O.

Журнал: Краткие сообщения Института археологии @ksia-iaran

Рубрика: Бронзовый век

Статья в выпуске: 255, 2019 года.

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The paper publishes new Early Bronze Age finds excavated at the settlement near the village of Starotitarovskaya in the Krasnodar region. The cultural attribution of the occupation layer of the settlement is not easily identifiable; it was strongly disturbed by a settlement dating to the Classical period. A fragment of a stone shaft-hole axe, a retouched flint blade and several vessels made from clay tempered with mineral admixture and clay tempered without mineral inclusions were dated to the Early Bronze Age. Based on these finds, the settlement was attributed to the end of the 4th mill. BC. Pottery finds include several vessels with a round and flat bottom. Four skeletons were discovered in pit 58-B: skeletons of three males and a skeleton of one young woman. These finds raise an issue of special forms of funerary rites practiced by the local population and their correlation with funerary traditions of the Majkop culture.


Majkop-novosvobodnaya population, psekupskaya variant, grave, skeleton, position of the deceased, pit, settlement, ceramics, anthropology, analogy, early bronze age of the fore-caucasus

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