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«Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University»
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Lenina Ave., 27,
Volgograd, Russia)

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«Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University»
(400066,
Lenina Ave., 27,
Volgograd, Russia)
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Скворцов Николай Борисович
Волгоградский государственный социально-педагогический университет
зам. зав. науч.-произв. лаб. археологии и реставрации Волгогр. гос. соц.-пед. ун-та.
E-mail legenda@vspu.ru

List of publications: (6)
Coin collection from the excavations of the Cossack (Starogrigorievsky?) town
The article represents the materials of the coin collection from the excavations of the Cossack town interpreted by the author as Starogrigorievsky Cossack town. The numismatic material is regarded as the material dated together with the written history of the town.
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Ceramics in the Cossack rite of the Starogrigorievsky town
There is described the rite in the Starogrigorievsky Cossack town with the use of ceramics and numismatic material.
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To the history of the Starogrigorievsky Cossack town
There is considered the material about the time of origin and destruction of the Starogrigorievsky Cossack town.
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Considering the issue of localization of the medieval town Tuya
There is considered the issue of a newly discovered medieval settlement at the interfluves of the Volga and the Don.
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West European authors of the XIII - XIV centuries about the population of South Russian steppes
Plano Carpini, Guillaume Rubrouck, Marco Polo made an important contribution to the organization of collecting the information and broadening the knowledge about the necessary life spheres of the people living in South Russian steppes. The analysis of these sources lets speak about the Cossacks as about a non-existent phenomenon in the early Middle Ages period at these territories.
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Old Russian legislation about the Cossacks
The history of the Cossacks is of specified origin. One of the sources to answer the questions is the Old Russian legislation. It allows finding out, whether the Cossacks are a Russian phenomenon, whether it had a base in the life and social relations of the Old Russian state, and whether these relations were legalized in Russia.
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