The book is the first in a Western European language to present the results of the excavation of Byzantine Cherson (7th-14th centuries) in the Crimea. It offers a comprehensive study of the topography of the city, its material culture, everyday life, architecture, craft production, and religious beliefs. Taking all archaeological, written and other evidence into account, it places Cherson within the overall history of the Byzantine Empire, its periphery and Black Sea-Mediterranean trade.
Studien zur Geschichte und Archäologie des byzantinischen Cherson
Edited by D.L. Peterson, L.M. Popova and A.T. Smith
This collection of articles presents a wide array of fresh new perspectives on the archaeology of Eurasia from the Copper Age to early Mediaeval times, in the Independent States of the former USSR, as well as Turkey, China and Mongolia.
Deniz Burcu Erciyas
This study of the reign of Mithradates VI (120-63 BC), attempts to combine the history of the belligerent Roman Empire and the indomitable kingdom of Pontus with the archaeology of the Turkish Black Sea region.
Catherine Morgan. Edited by G.R. Tsetskhladze
This publication of Attic fine pottery imported to the Greek colony of Phanagoria in the Taman Peninsula, southern Russia, explores the social function of imports in a colonial society, and the changing nature of Black Sea trade.
Edited by C. J. Tuplin
This volume deploys both written (epigraphic, papyrological and literary) and archaeological (pottery, metalwork) evidence to cast new light on the economic, cultural and political contacts between Pontus and the Mediterranean world in the archaic, classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods.
Mikhail Y. Treister. Edited by James Hargrave
This reference work which brings together tools of ancient toreuts (matrices, punches) and actual finds of hammered metalwork offers new complex approaches to study a particular technique of Greek, Roman and relaterd toreutics and jewellery manufacture.
Edited by John Boardman, Sergei L. Solovyov and Gocha R. Tsetskhladze
This volume, by members of staff, publishes Graeco-Roman antiquites from the State Hermitage, many of them unearthed during the museum's field projfects in Berezan, Myrmekion and Nympaeum. There are also reviews and notes on new publications on the Black Sea. The book is very well illustrated.
Edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze
This 6th volume of Colloquia Pontica deals with the classical archaeology of the northern Black Sea littoral, discussing excavations and studies conducted by Russian, Ukrainian, German, Czech and British archaeologists and classicists over the last 10-12 years. It publishes much previously ...
Textes réunis et présentés par Michel Kazanski et Vanessa Soupault
S.L. Solovyov, edited by John Boardman and Gocha R. Tsetskhladze
This volume, in the Colloquia Pontica series, deals with Berezan, the first Greek colony in the northern Black Sea. For more than 100 years archaeologists from Russia and the Ukraine have been excavating this extraordinary island site. This, the first synthesis of their work in any language, ...
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