THE PLACE OF THE TAGANROG SETTLEMENT WITHIN THE SYSTEM OF THE EARLY GREEK COLONIES IN THE REGION TO THE NORTH OF THE BLACK SEA (New and unpublished materials from the museums of the Rostov Region and private collections) V.P.KOPYLOV (Rostov-on-Don ) Materials from the Greek settlement situated near the Stone Steps in the town of Taganrog were first brought to the attention of specialists after collections of such materials were made in 1935-1938.1 In the 1950s the collection of materials from the Taganrog settlement was supplemented by finds made by I.S. Kamenetsky, when there was a wind-induced ebb on the floor of the Taganrog Gulf.2 Most of the materials were made over to the safe-keeping of the Taganrog Museum, and part of them to the Rostov Regional History Museum. Materials collected by I.S. Kamenetsky in 1954 and 1957 are stored in the Rostov Museum. The whole range of materials from the Taganrog settlement consists so far of 26 pottery fragments. Work by the under-water archaeology expedition led by V.D. Blavatsky in 1960 confirmed that there were remains of a Greek colony on the sea-floor of Taganrog Gulf in the vicinity of the Stone Steps.3 3 It was the
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