The Early Slavs: Eastern Europe from the Initial Settlement to the Kievan Rus
The history of the early Slavs is a subject of renewed interest and one which is highly controversial both politically and historically. This pioneering text reviews the latest archaelogical (and other) evidence concerning the first settlers, their cultural identities and their relationship with their modern successors. Dr Dolukhanov explores the various historiographical debates before offering his own interpretations.
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The Slavs and Archaeology in Russia
The Initial Settlement
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Acheulean agricultural animals archaeological cultures archaeologists assemblage Baltic barrows became Black Sea bones Bronze Age catchment Caucasus cemeteries centres centuries BC ceramics Chernyakhovian climate common contained Corded Ware Crimea Danube deposits Dniepr Dniestr Dolukhanov dominant dwellings early east economy emergence entities ethnic evidence excavated Fatyanovo faunal remains forest-steppic forests glaciation graves Greek groups hill-forts horse identified implements important included Indo-European Iron Age Kiev Kostenki kurgan La-Tene Ladoga Lake languages later linguistic Mesolithic metallurgy metres Middle Dniepr Moscow Mousterian Nauka Neolithic nomadic northern numerous origin ornaments particularly pit-and-comb Pontic population pottery predominantly radiocarbon dates river Roman Russian Plain Scandinavian scholars Scythian settlements similar Slavic Slavic languages Slavs social southern Southern Bug stage steppe steppic stock-breeding stone suggested Swiderian terraces town trade Tripolye types Ukraine Ukrainian Upper Palaeolithic Upper Volga Urals various Vikings Volkhov Volosovo western Western Dvina Zarubintsy