Коллективная монография «Крымская Скифия в системе культурных связей между Востоком и Западом (III в. до н.э. – VII в.н.э.)» содержит статьи, посвященные актуальным проблемам древней истории Крыма. Предназначена для археологов, историков, музейных работников, преподавателей и студентов исторических факультетов вузов.
рецензия на публикацию скифского могильника Глиное (Приднестровье).
The meeting of peoples of the Mediterranean civilizations with steppe pastoralists, known in the Greco-Roman tradition under the name of the Scythians and, later, the Sarmatians, took place long before the rise of Imperial Rome (27 bce–395 ce).
The publication of materials from the burial-ground, excavated by the Dniester Archaeological Expedition of the Shevchenko State University in Transnistria between 1995 and 2012 near the village of Glinoe, can truly be regarded as a long-awaited event. This is not only because a comprehensive publication of this archaeological site makes it a more important source of information and will set in motion new research based on this study. Materials from the Glinoe Burial-ground relate mainly to the 3rd or 3rd-2nd centuries BC – in other words to the period, which many scholars regard as a lacuna in the historical development of the North Pontic region. This makes the data published in this work extremely important for specifying with greater accuracy the nature of the cultural-historical processes that were taking place in the area.