Brăţări de tradiţie bizantină descoperite în spaţiul nord – dunărean (secolele XI – XIII)

  • Subiect: Bracelets of Byzantine tradition found in the north Danubian area (Romania and the Serbian Banat, 11th – 13th centuries) Together with the twisted – wire bracelets, with loops at the ends, and with glasspaste bracelets, of Byzantine tradition, in the 11th – 12th centuries were used the bracelets made of bar, made of platband or concave bracelets. Their shape and ornaments set them apart from the bracelets belonging to the Bielo Brdo horizon or those brought by the Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin. These types of adornments were found in 11 sites, with 12 cemeteries (Izâmşa – Dealul Fântânilor, Hinova, Orlea, Pančevo, Sviniţa – Km. Fluvial 1004, Obreja – Sat Bătrân, Cuptoare – Sfogea, Şopotu Vechi – Mârvilă, Gornea – Căuniţa de Sus, Botoš – Mlaka, Botoš – Živančevića dolja, Vojlovica – Humka Azotara). The mode of execution and the shape are the criteria used for proposing three main groups and more subgroups of bracelets, with nine patterns of ornament. The territorial distribution of these bracelets covers two areas of strong Byzantine influence – southern Banat and Oltenia.
  • Limba de redactare: română, engleză
  • Secţiunea: Arheologie
  • Vezi publicația: Acta Terrae Fogarasiensis
  • Editura: ALTIP
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2013
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: 2; anul 2013
  • Paginaţia: 73-92
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