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The Collection of Classical Black-Glaze Pottery in the Collection of the State Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan

The Collection of Classical Black-Glaze Pottery in the Collection of the State Museum of the... THE COLLECTION OF CLASSICAL BLACK-GLAZE POTTERY IN THE COLLECTION OF THE STATE MUSEUM OF THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN D.G. BUGROV and N.A. BUGROVA The State Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan holds 538 items from various places of origin that have traditionally been bracketed together in the so- called "Classical Collection". Apart from actual Classical black- and red-glaze pottery, simple wheel-turned and hand-moulded pottery, terracotta figurines and items made of glass, stone and bronze, the collection includes objects from early medieval sites in the Crimea. Chronologically speaking, the "Classical _ Collection" can thus be seen to cover a period from the second half of the 6th century BC to the 1 lth century AD. Work on assembling this "Classical Collection" began when the Kazan City Museum was first set up in 1895: the collection of the Kazan land-owner and archaeologist, numismatist and collector - A.F. Likhachov - provided the basis for the museum's collection and this contained eight Classical items. Later, in 1903, a member of the Museum's board of trustees and another well-known collector - V.I. Zausailov, Merchant of the First Guild - acquired 478 items for the historical and ethnographic department of the Museum: these items http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia Brill

The Collection of Classical Black-Glaze Pottery in the Collection of the State Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan

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Brill
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© 2000 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0929-077X
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1570-0577
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10.1163/157005700X00113
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THE COLLECTION OF CLASSICAL BLACK-GLAZE POTTERY IN THE COLLECTION OF THE STATE MUSEUM OF THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN D.G. BUGROV and N.A. BUGROVA The State Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan holds 538 items from various places of origin that have traditionally been bracketed together in the so- called "Classical Collection". Apart from actual Classical black- and red-glaze pottery, simple wheel-turned and hand-moulded pottery, terracotta figurines and items made of glass, stone and bronze, the collection includes objects from early medieval sites in the Crimea. Chronologically speaking, the "Classical _ Collection" can thus be seen to cover a period from the second half of the 6th century BC to the 1 lth century AD. Work on assembling this "Classical Collection" began when the Kazan City Museum was first set up in 1895: the collection of the Kazan land-owner and archaeologist, numismatist and collector - A.F. Likhachov - provided the basis for the museum's collection and this contained eight Classical items. Later, in 1903, a member of the Museum's board of trustees and another well-known collector - V.I. Zausailov, Merchant of the First Guild - acquired 478 items for the historical and ethnographic department of the Museum: these items

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Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to SiberiaBrill

Published: Jan 1, 2000

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