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Re: [gothic-l] Sacred Mystical Crimea Places

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  • Tore Gannholm
    ... George, I have some extracts from Goths in Crimea on http://www.stavgard.com/Gotland/beowulf_/crimea/default.htm Tore ... --
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 19, 2002
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      >--- Roman Kravchenko <roart@...> wrote:
      >>
      >>
      >> Gothic
      >> Christianity cannot be doubted. It is already
      >> attested
      >> in the early 4th c.
      >
      >> Dear George Knysh
      >>
      >> I am engaged in photographing of places of stay
      >> Goths in Crimea -
      >> I ask to inform all written primary sources, known
      >> for you, where
      >> it is underlined acceptance of a christianity Goths
      >> in Crimea,
      >> I shall be very grateful!
      >> --
      >> Best regards,
      >> Roman
      >
      >Dobryj Den' Romane!
      >
      >Vassiliev's "The Goths in Crimea" remains useful.


      George,
      I have some extracts from "Goths in Crimea" on

      http://www.stavgard.com/Gotland/beowulf_/crimea/default.htm

      Tore

      >But
      >you might like to consult some of the more recent
      >literature:
      >I.S. Pioro, KRIMSKAIA GOTIIA, Kyiv, 1990.
      >A.I. Aibabin, various articles of the 1980's and
      >1990's in the "Materiali po arkheologii, istorii,i
      >etnografii Tavrii"
      >M.M. Kazanskii, "O Germanskikh drevnostiakh
      >pozdnerimskogo vremeni v Krimu i Priazovie" in:
      >Mezhdunarodnaia konferetsiia 'Vizantiia i Krim' ,
      >Simferopol' 1997, pp. 48-51.
      >
      >I think Vassiliev and Pioro would be the most useful
      >in tracing the Christianization of the Crimean Goths,
      >while the others would have additional archaeological
      >indicators concerning places to photograph.
      >
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