Naĭdavnishe arkheolohichne sklo u skhidniĭ I︠E︡vropi / A.S. Ostroverkhov.

Naĭdavnishe arkheolohichne sklo u skhidniĭ I︠E︡vropi / A.S. Ostroverkhov.

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Ostroverkhov, A. S. (Anatoliĭ Stepanovich)
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Arkheolohii︠a︡ (Kiev, Ukraine : 1989) no. 2, 1997, pp. 70-81.
Kyïv : Instytut arkheolohiï NAN Ukraïny, c1997.
p. 70-81 : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
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Russian summary title: Drevneĭshee arkheologicheskoe skelo v vostochnoĭ Evrope
English summary title: Ancient archaeological glass in Eastern Europe
Extract from: Arkheolohii︠a︡ (Kiev, Ukraine : 1989), no. 2, 1997.
"This paper presents a full-scale analysis of glass beads found in settlements of late Tripolie (Usatovo, Sofievka, Ketroshiki)"--P. 81.
The author concludes that the people of the 4th-3rd millennium B.C. in the areas of Anatolia, Transcaucasia, and the Balkans who worked high-temperature materials were purposefully trying to produce glass-like masses, and that a glass school was begun in this region, but later split to smaller schools such as Mesopotamian, old-Egyptian, "Finikian", etc.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-81).
In Ukranian, with summaries in Russian and English.