Бронзовый биметаллические наконечники стрел из Чуйской долины и собрания музей «Раритет» в Кыргызстане

Translated title of the contribution: Bronze and bimetallic arrowheads from Shu Valley in the collection of the “Raritet” Book Museum in Kyrgyzstan

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Abstract

The article explores very rare finds of bronze and bimetallic arrowheads that were
discovered in previous years on the surface in the Shu Valley in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.
Currently, they are kept in a collection of archaeological finds in the “Raritet” Private Museum
in Bishkek. Among the arrows studied there is a bronze two-blade tip with an acute-angled
point, a hidden sleeve and protruding spikes. The bimetallic arrowhead has an acute-angled
point; it is bronze, trihedral in cross-section, a distinguished warhead with protruding side
spikes, a cylindrical bronze sleeve with a small iron stalk inserted into it, the end of which
is broken off. The Hunnic nomads in Transbaikalia and Mongolia used similar bimetallic
arrowheads with a dedicated warhead and an iron stalk during the historical period from the
last centuries of the 1st millennium BC until the first centuries I millenium AD.
Translated title of the contributionBronze and bimetallic arrowheads from Shu Valley in the collection of the “Raritet” Book Museum in Kyrgyzstan
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationМАРҒҰЛАН ОҚУЛАРЫ – 2020: «Ұлы Дала археологиялық және пәнаралық зерттеулер аясында» атты халықаралық ғылыми-тәжірибелік конференция материалдары (Алматы қ., 17–18 қыркүйек 2020 ж.) 1 том
Place of PublicationАлматы
Pages378-382
Number of pages5
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 6.01.BI ARCHAEOLOGY

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