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Ipotești–Cândești culture

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The Prague-Penkov-Kolochin group of archaeological cultures identified with early Slavic populations in the 6th and 7th centuries, and Ipotești–Cândești with local influences.
The Prague-Penkov-Kolochin group of archaeological cultures identified with early Slavic populations in the 6th and 7th centuries, and Ipotești–Cândești with local influences.

The Ipotești–Cândești culture (Romanian: Cultura Ipotești-Cândești) was an archaeological culture in Eastern Europe. It developed in the mid-6th century by the merger of elements of the Prague-Penkovka and Prague-Korchak cultures and local cultures (including Germanic) in the area between Prut and Lower Danube.[1] It stretched in the Lower Danube over territory in Romania and Moldova.[2] The population of the area was made up of daco-roman, germanic (mostly gothic) and Slavic tribes.[3] There are views that it derived from the Chernyakhov culture and represented a group of the Antes.[2] The houses were identical to the Slavic huts of the Prague-Korchak and Penkovka areas.[4] The sites in Romania are known as Ipotești-Candești-Ciurel[5] or Ipotești-Ciurel-Cândești.[6]

References

  1. ^ Cvijanović 2013, pp. 334, 343.
  2. ^ a b Васильев 2015, p. 1017.
  3. ^ Cvijanović 2013, p. 334.
  4. ^ Cvijanović 2013, p. 343.
  5. ^ Andrzej Buko (2007). The Archaeology of Early Medieval Poland: Discoveries – Hypotheses – Interpretations. BRILL. pp. 70–. ISBN 978-90-474-2326-3.
  6. ^ Dolinescu-Ferche 1984.

Sources

Further reading

  • Teodorescu, V., 1966. La civilisation Ipotești Cândești (Ve-VIIe siècles de. ne). Actes du VIIe Congrès International des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques. Prague, pp. 21–27.
  • Teodor, E.S., 2004. Un Update for "Ipotești-Cândești culture". Zborník na počest. Dariny Bialekovej (Nitra: SAV), pp. 405–414.
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