© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/157005710X525183 Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 15 (2009) 261-286 brill.nl/acss Roman Fibulae and Parts of a Belt-set from the Zavetnoe Necropolis Vyacheslav V. Masyakin* Abstract One piece of evidence indicating contacts between the Romans and the population of the South-western Crimea is the spread of Roman ﬁbulae and parts of Roman strap-sets within the territory inhabited by the barbarians. In this respect ﬁnds from the necropolis near the village of Zavetnoe are a focus of special interest, when we bear in mind that it is situated next to the city-site of Alma-Kermen, where it is assumed there was a Roman garrison drawn from the troops of the Legio XI Claudia . All together 16 Roman ﬁbulae, 2 buckles, a belt-plate and a strap end have been found. Gener- ally speaking the range of Roman ﬁbulae from Zavetnoe is of a standard variety, as found in other barbarian necropoleis of the Crimea. The main distribution area for most types of ﬁbulae found in Zavetnoe is in Roman provinces far from the Crimea and, in contrast, ﬁbulae of these types are rarely encountered within the territory of the Lower Danube provinces geographically
Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
Keywords: Roman army; Zavetnoe Necropolis; Black Sea; South-western Crimea; Roman military equipment
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