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New Discoveries of Sarmatian Complexes of the 1St Century a.D. a Survey of Publications in Vdi

New Discoveries of Sarmatian Complexes of the 1St Century a.D. a Survey of Publications in Vdi NEW DISCOVERIES OF SARMATIAN COMPLEXES OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D. A SURVEY OF PUBLICATIONS IN VDI M.YU. TREISTER In 1992-1994 Vestnik Drevnei Istorii published several Sarmatian complexes unique in the Northern Black Sea region and held a round table by correspon- dence on the subject: Sarmatians: Their Role in the Historico-Cultural Develop- ment of Ancient Societies (New Discoveries) with the participation of scholars from Russia, Ukraine, the FRG and Great Britain The discussion focused on the reexamination of the assumptions about the role of the Sarmatian tribes in the political history of the South of Eastern Eu- rope, Caucasus and Central Asia of the early principate period. Maintaining 36 contacts both with the states of the East and the Roman empire, the Sarmatians exercised considerable influence on political developments in the ancient world and at the same time borrowed elements of various cultures of the East and the Mediterranean. The existing written sources give rather one-sided and incom- plete information about the role of the Sarmatians in the political history of the ancient world. Russian and foreign scholars who have been discussing these important problems for a long time come to contradictory and at times mutually exclusive conclusions.2 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia Brill

New Discoveries of Sarmatian Complexes of the 1St Century a.D. a Survey of Publications in Vdi

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© 1998 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0929-077X
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1570-0577
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10.1163/157005797X00045
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NEW DISCOVERIES OF SARMATIAN COMPLEXES OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D. A SURVEY OF PUBLICATIONS IN VDI M.YU. TREISTER In 1992-1994 Vestnik Drevnei Istorii published several Sarmatian complexes unique in the Northern Black Sea region and held a round table by correspon- dence on the subject: Sarmatians: Their Role in the Historico-Cultural Develop- ment of Ancient Societies (New Discoveries) with the participation of scholars from Russia, Ukraine, the FRG and Great Britain The discussion focused on the reexamination of the assumptions about the role of the Sarmatian tribes in the political history of the South of Eastern Eu- rope, Caucasus and Central Asia of the early principate period. Maintaining 36 contacts both with the states of the East and the Roman empire, the Sarmatians exercised considerable influence on political developments in the ancient world and at the same time borrowed elements of various cultures of the East and the Mediterranean. The existing written sources give rather one-sided and incom- plete information about the role of the Sarmatians in the political history of the ancient world. Russian and foreign scholars who have been discussing these important problems for a long time come to contradictory and at times mutually exclusive conclusions.2

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Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to SiberiaBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1998

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