New system of settlement of European Bosporus after its liberation from Tyurkuts

Author(s):  M.L. Ryabtseva, candidate of Sciences, associate Professor, Belgorod National Research University, Belgorod, Russia,

S.A. Ermolin, Institute of Archeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia,

Issue:  Volume 45, № 3

Rubric:  Topical issues of political science

Annotation:  The work gives an outline of the history of the Late Antique Bosporus Cimmerian, its European part (the Kerch Peninsula), from the end of the 6th century, after the liberation from the Tyurkuts’ power. The most important archaeological research is indicated in the context of the designated topic, and the most important problems and thematic aspects are highlighted. Priority attention is given to the European side of the Bosporus, as more important historically in the period under consideration. A reasonable conclusion is drawn that, in general, the problems of changing populations, as well as the Christianization of the European Bosporus in the 6th-7th centuries, especially in recent years, no one has been involved, and in this perspective the history of the region is not considered. The authors propose a version about the change in the population of the region after 590 AD. Throughout the European Bosporus in the early seventh century there are absolutely new settlements. This meant a significant change in the population

Keywords:  Bosporus, Crimea, Byzantium, ethnos, confession, tribe, state, continuity

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