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Epigraphical Notes

Epigraphical Notes * This article was prepared as part of the programme of fundamental research supported by the Praesidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences entitled “Ethno-cultural Interaction in Eurasia”. The fi rst variant of this article was published in “ ANAXARSIS . In memory of Yurii Germanovich Vinogradov” ( Khersonesskii sbornik XI, Sevastopol, 2001), 155-168; unfortu- nately the text and in particular the Greek words in it were so distorted in this publication that it was rendered almost meaningless for the reader. EPIGRAPHICAL NOTES* SERGEI R. TOKHTAS’EV In memoriam Yurii G. Vinogradov Yurii Germanovich Vinogradov had a marked predilection for large-scale historical reconstructions and, as it seems to me, at times was slightly envious of those scholars working on the Hellenic past of the Mediterranean region, who had at their disposal an incomparably greater and more representative range of sources than we have for the Classical period in the North Pontic region (without ever being really jealous of their opportunities, because he truly loved the Black Sea region, where in many respects he was the only real specialist in his fi eld). This does not of course mean that what German col- leagues refer to as philologische Kleinarbeit was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia Brill

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Publisher
Brill
Copyright
© 2005 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0929-077X
eISSN
1570-0577
DOI
10.1163/1570057054352952
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Abstract

* This article was prepared as part of the programme of fundamental research supported by the Praesidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences entitled “Ethno-cultural Interaction in Eurasia”. The fi rst variant of this article was published in “ ANAXARSIS . In memory of Yurii Germanovich Vinogradov” ( Khersonesskii sbornik XI, Sevastopol, 2001), 155-168; unfortu- nately the text and in particular the Greek words in it were so distorted in this publication that it was rendered almost meaningless for the reader. EPIGRAPHICAL NOTES* SERGEI R. TOKHTAS’EV In memoriam Yurii G. Vinogradov Yurii Germanovich Vinogradov had a marked predilection for large-scale historical reconstructions and, as it seems to me, at times was slightly envious of those scholars working on the Hellenic past of the Mediterranean region, who had at their disposal an incomparably greater and more representative range of sources than we have for the Classical period in the North Pontic region (without ever being really jealous of their opportunities, because he truly loved the Black Sea region, where in many respects he was the only real specialist in his fi eld). This does not of course mean that what German col- leagues refer to as philologische Kleinarbeit was

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Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to SiberiaBrill

Published: Jan 1, 2005

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