© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/157005710X525165 Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 15 (2009) 215-242 brill.nl/acss A Bronze Jug from the Shverin Burial-Mound * Mikhail Yu. Treister, Denis V. Zhuravlev ** Abstract The article is devoted to the publication and analysis of a fragmentary bronze jug found in 1872 during excavation of a barrow near Streletskaya Bay, on the estate of Colonel K. I. Shverin, the only known burial-mound in the necropolis of Chersonesos Taurike. A detailed analysis of the jug fragments, primarily its handle, and of the parallels for it give grounds for dating the bronze jug from the Shverin burial-mound within a broad period from the late 6 th century to the mid-5 th century BC. Much more complicated is the question as to the place of its manufacture, given the fact that most of the parallels discussed originate from the North Pontic region (Ulyap Barrrow No. 1/1981; the hoard from Peschanoe). Most probably both the jugs from the Ulyap and Shverin burial-mounds may be given a preliminary attribution as items from a Corinthian workshop. The proposed dating of the bronze jug from the Shverin burial-mound does not necessarily mean that the barrow should
Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
Keywords: Shverin burial-mound; Ulyap Barrow; Chersonesos Taurike; bronze vessels; Peschanoe; Corinthian workshops
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