Комплекс построек гляденовского времени на Мокинском I поселении-могильнике в контексте развития прикамского домостроительства
The article analyzes the complexes of objects discovered during the 2015-2017 excavations in Mokino that can be interpreted as the remains of the settlement of the Glyadenovo culture preceding the construction of the cemetery. Two construction horizons were revealed, reflecting the stages of the settlement’s functioning. The building No. 2 belongs to the early horizon. During the late horizon (buildings No. 1 and No. 3), the orientation of the buildings has been changed. The structural elements and details of the buildings, reflecting the traditions of housebuilding, are revealed. The buildings from Mokino are considered in the context of the well-known buildings of the early Iron Age of Perm region. The closest analogies of the buildings are present at the Zarodyata settlement, which gives grounds for revising the dating of the monument and referring it to the Glyadenovo culture. It can be concluded that the construction of the dwelling of the “Zarodyata” type was not the development of the earlier “Fedotovо” type, but was used in parallel, even within the same village, and both were the development of the Ananyino housebuilding tradition. A statistical analysis of ceramics based on different methods mutually verifying each other is presented. As a result, clusters were identified reflecting the chronological features of the complexes, which are synchronized with the proposed periodization of materials from the finale of the Early Iron Age of Perm region.