TRYPILLIA CULTURE SITE YANCHA 1


  • M. Yu. Videiko Kyiv University, st. M. Timoshenko
Keywords: Trypillia culture, Yancha 1, settlement, Kolomyishchyna group, magnetic prospecting.

Abstract

Six settlements of Trypillia culture are known near Hrebeni village in Kaharlyk Region of Kyiv Oblast by now. Investigations of this sites started in the early 1960s plans are made using magnetic prospecting for five of them. Publishing of a small collection of finds from one of them, originating from Yancha 1 location, is an important step towards creating a coherent picture of the 500-year history of a small group of Trypillia population which belonged to Kolomyishchyna local group at the micro-regional level. Some finds of painted pottery demonstrate connections with Tomashivka local group located in more than 100 kilometers to south. Later, this place was settled in the Late Bronze Age and the 4th century AD (Cherniakhiv culture).

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2018-09-22
How to Cite
VideikoM. Y. (2018). TRYPILLIA CULTURE SITE YANCHA 1. Archaeology and Early History of Ukraine, 28(3), 88-92. https://doi.org/10.37445/adiu.2018.03.08