UDC 930.85, 904

THE SPOON FROM KING’S PHILIP II OF MACEDON WINE-SET AND THE BURIAL OF THE GOLDEN MAN OF ISSYK: SCYTHIAN-GREEK INTERACTION

Ratz Sergey Vasilievich1, Milutenko Nadezhda Ilinichna2
1Saint-Petersburg State University, Associate professor of theInstituteofPhilosophy,Saint-PetersburgStateUniversity, PhD (political studies)
2Saint-Petersburg State University, PhD (Philology, Art criticism), associate professor of the Institute of History of the Saint Petersburg State University, author of many researches in the sphere of history and text critic of the Old Russian literature

Abstract
The authors give their own version of the Scythian-Greek interaction on the basis of the data got from the excavations of the Scythian burial mounds Chertomlyk, Issyk, Hohlach and tomb of King Philip II of Macedon and prove that Scythian-Greek interaction was much deeper and more intensive, and the geography of these relations widespread to thousands of kilometers to the depth of Central Asia.

Keywords: diadem of Hohlach, golden gorytos, Golden Man of Issyk, interdisciplinary studies, King's Philip II of Macedon spoon, Scythian-Greek interaction, the wine set of Philip II


Article reference:
Ratz S.V., Milutenko N.I. The Spoon from King's Philip II of Macedon Wine-set and the Burial of the Golden Man of Issyk: Scythian-Greek interaction // History and archeology. 2015. № 2 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://history.snauka.ru/en/2015/02/1998

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