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Baltic Amber Bibliography
Belarus

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Susan Ward Aber
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The Baltic Amber Bibliography project was conceived at the September 2001 Baltic Amber in Natural Sciences, Archaeology and Applied Arts Conference held in Vilnius, Lithuania. A contributor from Russia has submitted the following bibliographic material from Belarus. Special thanks to Svetlana V. Oshibkina for creating the bibliography. This bibliography covers the period of amber literature from 1991 to 2001.

Bibliography 1991-2001

1. Ivanichev Aleksandr M.: Pogrebenie 1 mogilnika Tudosero VI v Obonezhje. In: Vestnik Karelskogo Kraevedtcheskogo Museja. V. 3. Petrosavodsk 1995 s. 112-117, illustrations.

  • Information on aeneolith amber decorations.

    2. Ivanichev Aleksandr M.: Mogilnik na Tudozere. In: Isvestija Vologodskogo Obchestva Izutchenija Severnogo Kraja. V. V. Vologda 1996 s. 3-28, illustrations, bibliography.

  • In ten graves of the Tudozero cemetery located at the East bank of the Onega lake a lot of aeneolith amber decorations was found.

    3. Kazanskii Michel M., Mastykova Anna V.: Germanskie elementy v kulture naselenija Severnogo Kavkasa v epokhu Velikogo pereselenija narodov. In: Istoriko-arkheologitcheskii almanakh, no 4. Armavir - Moskva 1998 s. 102-135, illustrations.

  • On the use of some types of necklaces (including those made of amber) found in North-Caucasus graves of 4-6 A.D. in chronological schedules.

    4. Kostyleva Elena L., Utkin Aleksandr V.: Volosovskie pogrebenija s Jantarem mogilnika Sakhtysh IIA. In: Tverskoi Archeologitcheskii sbornik. V. 4, t.1. Tver 2000 s. 175-184, karta, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Information - graves with Amber Decorations from the Volosovo Burial on the Sakhtysh IIA Site located in Ivanovo region.

    5. Kovalevskaja Vera B.: Khronologija Vostotchno-evropejiskikh drevnostei V-IX vekov. V.1.Kamennye busy Kavkasa i Kryma. Moskva 1998 s.26-32, karty, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Classification of necklaces made of natural materials. A database has been compiled and a computer map of amber decoration distribution.

    6. Mastykova Anna V.: O rasprostranenii jantarnykh gribovidnykh bus-podvesok pozdnerimskogo vremeni na juge Vostotchnoi Evropy i Sakavkazje. In: 100 let Tchernjakhovskoi kulture. Biblioteka Vita Antiqua. Kiev 1999 s. 171-202, illustrations.

  • Amber decoration of mushroom-shape of late Roman period in Southern Europe and Trans-Caucasus.

    7. Mastykova Anna V.: Amber beads with incised linear decoration in the Carpathian Basin in the 1st-5th centuries A. D. In: Proceedings of the international conference. Aszod-Nyiregyhaza 2001 p.341-361, illustrations, bibliography.

    8. Mastykova Anna V. (is being published-zhurnal Rossiiskaja Archeologija): Jantarnye busy s nareznym dekorom epokhi Velikogo pereselenija narodov, illustrations, bibliography.

  • The article is a study of amber necklaces which, as the author thinks, bears ethnocultural signs, indicating their Indo-European origin.

    9. Polubojarinova Marina D.: Ukrashenija iz tsvetnykh kamnei Bolgara i Zolotoi Ordy. Moskva 1991 s. 1-112, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Decorations are describer, including amber decorations, and their medieval distribution in the Volga river area.

    10. Polubojarinova Marina D.: Poludragotsennye kamni i jantar v Drevnem Novgorode. In: Novgorodskie arkhaeologitcheskie tchtenija. Materialy nautchnoi konferentsii posvjachennoi 60-letiju izutchenija Novgoroda i 90-letiju A. V. Artsichovskogo. Novgorod 1994 s. 75-82, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Research of decorations made of semi-precious stones and amber from ancient Novgorod.

    11. Polubojarinova Marina D.: Nekotorye predmety iz jantarja i poludragotsennykh kamnei iz Novgoroda. In: Velikii Novgorod w istorii srednevekovoi Evropy. K 70-letiju V. L. Janina. Moskva 1999 s. 95-100, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Description of 17 amber objects in relation to chronological periods of Velikii Novgorod.

    12. Sidorov Vladimir V.: Mnogosloinye stojanki Verkhnevolzhskogo basseina Varos i Jazykovo. In: Mnogosloinye stojanki Verhnego Povolzhja. Moskva 1990 s. 4-112, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Report on amber decorations (340 artifacts) found at Zukovo Neolithic site in the upper flow of the Volga river.

    13. Zhulnikov Aleksandr M.: Aeneolit Karelii (Pamjatniki s poristoi i asbestovoy keramikoi). Petrozavodsk 1999 s. 68-70, karta, illustrations, bibliography.

  • Chapter "Amber and Slate Decorations" of the book presents the main problems related to the study of ancient amber decorations of the Eastern Europe.

    14. Zimina Maija P.: Kamennyi wek basseina reki Msty. Rossiiskii etnograf. V.16. Moskva 1993 s. 1-268, illustrations.

  • The chapter "Cemeteries" of this book contains information on aeneolithic graves. In Konchanskoe and Repistche (Novgorod region) the most representative collections ancient amber were formed (over 20,000 objects).

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