Сырьевые стратегии гончаров кулайской культуры (Сургутское Приобье, Барсова гора)

Translated title of the contribution: Raw material strategies of potters of the kulai culture (Surgut Priobye, Barsova gora)

Дмитрий Вадимович Селин, Юрий Петрович Чемякин

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Abstract

The article examines the features of needles and artificial mineral impurities from the ancient
settlement Barsov Gorodok III/6, Kulai culture. The examination of samples from 50 vessels has revealed that ferruginous clays with a low (70%) and medium (30%) degree of sandiness were used.
Brown iron ore (54% arr.), mica (10%), plant organics (4%), limestone (2%), sand (2%) were recorded
as natural impurities in the feedstock. In 38% of the samples, no natural impurities were detected.
A variety of brown iron ore may indicate the presence of a tradition of pre-treatment and purification
of clay before compiling the molding material. This can be confirmed by samples of dishes, in which no natural impurities were detected at all, and which make up 38% of the samples studied. Artificial mineral impurities - grog, broken stone and sand. The material for making broken stone was imported from other regions, not directly adjacent to the Barsova Gora or extracted from yet
unknown outcrops of igneous rocks.
Translated title of the contributionRaw material strategies of potters of the kulai culture (Surgut Priobye, Barsova gora)
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationЭкология древних и традиционных обществ: Материалы VI Международной научной конференции, Тюмень, 2–6 ноября 2020 г.
Place of PublicationТюмень
PublisherТюменский научный центр СО РАН
Pages46-48
Number of pages3
ISBN (Print)978-5-89181-072-3
Publication statusPublished - 2020

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 6.01.BI ARCHAEOLOGY

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