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Once Again on the Question of the Dating of Inscriptions from Prokhorovka

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This article is devoted to analysis of two Aramaic inscriptions on silver bowls found during looters' excavations of Burial-mound I near the village of Prokhorovka in the Southern Urals in 1911. The palaeographic and linguistic data obtained during analysis of the inscriptions and also new archaeological materials, which came to light only after the archaeological investigation of the burial-mound was completed in 2003, make it possible to date them to a period no later than the end of the 3rd century BC.

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Affiliations: 1: Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Rozhdestvenka st., 12, Moscow, 107031 Russia;, Email:; 2: Institute of Archaeology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Dm. Ul'yanova st., 19, Moscow 117036 Russia;, Email:


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