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Da ich noch unzgezählte Unterlagen zu Glasperlen aus Russland habe, stelle ich weitere kleinere Funde nun in gesonderten Unterseiten vor. (05.12.2020)

Um es deutlich zu machen

habe ich eine Karte der Kiewer Rus beigefügt.

Die Funde aus Ladoga, Gnezdovo, Novgorod, Beloozere, Pskov und Krutk gehören z.B. zum Fundgut der Kiewer Rus.

Unikatfibel aus Pleskovo

Da auch Pleskovo zum Reich der Kiewer Rus gehört und ich dort eine einzigarite FIbel, aber keine weiteren Informationen erfolgreich recherchieren konnte, hier die Kurzvorstellung:

„The sites close to the Volga bank were only a small fraction of the settlements with Norse population in the Merjan territory. The majority was concentrated in two groups: one to the west on the river Nerl and Lake Pleshcheevo, and the other to the south-east, along the Nerl at its lower part before it joins the Kljazma. Among the finds from about 8000 graves excavated at great speed and badly documented in the mid-19th century, are Norse items. These Vladimir kurgans, as the barrows from this region are called, will remain a secondary source, which we can use but only with great caution. For our purpose it will be enough to present groups and single items that can give, at least, an insight into the material culture of some
parts of Norse population.,,, The impression that we are dealing with a real Norse culture of the same sort as in Gnëzdovo is confirmed by the presence of many amulets in the form of Thor hammers (Fig. 57 d).“ (Duczko, S. 200, 201)

Duczko, Wladyslaw,:Viking Rus: Studies on the Presence of Scandinavians in Eastern Europe. (The Northern World. North Europe and the Baltic c. 400–1700 AD: Peoples, Economies and Cultures, 12.) Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2004

Spitzyn,, A.A.: Vladimirske kurgany, Izvestia Arkheologicheskoi Kommissii 15, St. Petersburg

Streufund aus Smolensk

Gehe zu: Grabstätte Shekshovo