Железный двухлопастной наконечник стрелы редкой формы из Чуйской долины Кыргызстана

Translated title of the contribution: Iron two-foot tip of arrow of a rare form from Shu valley of Kyrgyzstan

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Abstract

The article analyzes rather rare, original find of an iron tanged arrowhead with atwo-bladed cross-sectional feather, which was found on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. It wasdiscovered on archaeological site, known as Sretensky settlement. This archaeological site islocated on the territory of the Chui Valley in the northern part of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.The iron petiolet arrowhead found at Sretensky settlement was analyzed in this article inaccordance with the scientific methodology developed by the author in previous years forthe formal typological classification of distance armament supplies. This arrowhead hassuch formal features as the material from which it was made, the method of attachment isdetermined, and the characteristic features of the cross-section and shape of the feather areanalyzed. According to these formal features, it was determined that the studied arrowheadis made of iron, it is equipped with a short stalk attachment, and has a two-bladed crosssectional feather with an elongated hexagonal shape. Acute-angle point, elongated-hexagonalfeather and inclining arms, and isolated stop are exposed at this tip
Translated title of the contributionIron two-foot tip of arrow of a rare form from Shu valley of 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
Pages469-473
Number of pages5
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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  • 6.01.BI ARCHAEOLOGY

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