Rural ironworking craft in the medieval Russia production system

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It is not possible to obtain full characteristics of the Medieval Russia production culture without examining the role of rural crafts. Multivariate analysis of archaeometallographic data made it possible to conclude that rural crafts were a much more sophisticated phenomenon than previously thought. A village in Medieval Russia not only supplied raw materials to craft centers and manufactured technologically simple products but also adopted technological innovations. Rural craftsmen were able to produce high-quality blacksmith products and supplied them to the nearby population.

Medieval Russia, archaeometallurgy, rural settlements, blacksmith craft, innovations, production culture

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IDR: 143176016   |   DOI: 10.25681/IARAS.0130-2620.262.369-383

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