A perspective on the displacement of some populations in the Early Middle Ages. The spread of similar finds between the Caucasus and the Danube
Keywords:8th – 11th c., bronze horseman-amulet, hair braid disc, belt ornaments, steppe peoples, Dobrudzha
This article introduces new discoveries into scientific circulation to help create a pertinent image of the realities of the Istro-Pontic region in the Early Medieval period. Through the method of comparative analysis, new archaeological finds were integrated into a specific chronological horizon. The results of the study confirm references in written sources that Dobrudzha was, at a certain time, the focus of attention of some nomadic populations who passed through Dobrudzha or settled here.
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