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Some Problems of Studying Early Medieval Female Costume of the Barbarians of the South-Western Crimea

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Khairedinova, EA
Shodoznavstvo 2012, 59:223-236
https://doi.org/10.15407/skhodoznavstvo2012.59.223
Section: History
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: 

Traditional female costume is a valuable historic source illustrating a complex process of ethnogenesis and enabling to trace back the history of the people, their way of life and culture. Studying the costume is of great importance for objective coverage of ethno-formation processes, which took place on the Crimean peninsula in the early medieval period. Still the costume was not the object of special complex research. In this work we dwell upon some aspects of studying the costume which attracted attention of specialists – archaeologists and historians of fashion.

Keywords: Barbarians, Early Medieval, Female Costume, Some Problems, South-Western Crimea, Studying

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