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Volume XXІІІ, 2018

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On the occasion of 70th anniversary of A.I. Aibabin 5-41
List of publications of A.I. Aibabin 42-54

Archaeology

Zin’ko A.V.
On the Problem of Location of Anchorages of Ancient Ships in the Cimmerian Bosporos
55-69
Antipenko A.V.
Riding Horse Tack from Burial Vault 4(77) at Chernorechenskii Cemetery
70-85
Istvánovits E., Kulcsár V.
An Early Migration Period Burial under the Pilgrimage Church of Máriapócs
86-99
Kazanski M.M.
Centres of Power among the Black Sea Hunno-Bulgars in the Post-Hunnic Period
100-119
Zin’ko V.N., Zin’ko E.A.
Sacral Buildings in Early Byzantine Tyritaka
120-134
Gavritukhin I.O., Oblomskiy A.M.
Radiate-Headed Brooches with Rhombi on the Foot-Plate Originating from the Staevo Manufacturing Centre on the Voronezh River
135-206
Khairedinova E.A.
Heraldic Belt Set Featuring Christian Symbols from the Second Half of the Sixth Century from the Cemetery near Luchistoe Village
207-232
Radochin V.Yu.
Some Life Features of Mediaeval Population of the Crimea (According to the Palaeoanthropological Researches of the Cemeteries near Luchistoe Village and Eski-Kermen)
233-254
Dushenko А.А.
Byzantine Weights Excavated at Mangup
255-268
Zhilina N.V.
Lunular Earrings and Pendants in Mediaeval Crimea (A Matrix from the Collection of the State Museum Preserve of Tauric Chersonese)
269-276
Aibabin A.I.
The Excavation of Urban House 2 in Quarter I at Eski-Kermen Plateau
277-304
Zavadskaya I.A., Golofast L.A.
Pottery Assemblages from Production Carvings in Quarter 1 of the Ancient Town of Eski-Kermin (2006 and 2007 Excavations)
305-358
Golofast L.A., Mastykova А.V.
On a Glazed Bowl in the Context of Funeral Rite of the Medieval Church Tomb in Gorzubitai
359-395
Lobzova R.V.
Researching the Glazed Bowl from the Church Tomb in Gorzubitai by Scientific Methods
396-401
Sedikova L.V.
A Thirteenth-Century Pottery Assemblage from the Destruction Layer of Urban Houses 2 and 3в in Quarter L of Ancient Chersonese
402-458
Teslenko I.B.
The Byzantine-Influenced Glazed Pottery from the Palaiologean Period Excavated in the Fortress in Alushta
459-498
Seidaliev E.I., Seidalieva D.E.
Pottery as Innovation Indicator in Traditional Nomadic Culture of the Golden Horde (The Case of the Finds from the Settlement of Staryi Fontan)
499-509

Sigillography and Epigraphy

Sidorenko V.A.
Two Stone Inscriptions Excavated in Bosporskii Lane in Kerch in 2007
510-519
Seibt W.
Κῦρ Χερσῶνος
520-536
Alekseenko N.A.
A Seal of Panypersebastos Alexios Branas Komnenos from Byzantine Cherson
537-546
Stepanova Е.V.
The Xenon of Saint Sampson
547-556

History

Daim F.
Pilgrims in Jerusalem
557-588
Mayko V.V.
A History of Researches in the Saltov-Maiak Culture in the Crimea in the Twenty-First Century
589-614
Gertsen A.G., Naumenko V.E.
For the Study in the History of Mangup from the Eighth to the Eleventh Century: The Condition of Sources and Perspectives for Research
615-640
Khrapunov N.I.
The Origin of the Account of the Princes of Rus’ Campaign in the Crimea in the Second Half of the Eleventh Century
641-657
Zuckerman C.
On the Kievan Letter from the Genizah of Cairo
658-712
Stepanenko V.P.
Byzantium and the Crimea in the Post-Thematic Period (Late Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries): The Problem Statement
713-720
Chkhaidze V.N.
Byzantine Rule at the Bosporos (Last Quarter of the Eleventh to the Early Thirteen Century)
721-730
Kramarovsky M.G.
The Fityan Brotherhood in the Crimea and the Bowl Featuring Feast Scene from Solkhat (First Half of the Fourteenth Century)
731-736
Lomakin D.A.
The 155-Year-Long Reading: The Inscription above the Mihrab in the Mosque in Sudak
737-755
Konkin D.V.
Russian Landowners in the Crimea (Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century): New Persons Sharing Old Views
756-768
Prokhorov D.A.
Karaite Educational Establishments in Feodosia in the Second Half of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
769-779
Lomakina M.A., Lomakin D.A.
The Monastery of Surb-Khach as a Historical and Archaeological Monument on K. F. Bogaevskii’s Watercolours
780-795
Contributors 796-801
List of Abbreviations 802-803