No 4 (2014)

Articles
EDITOR’S NOTE
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):5-9
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MAIN MISCONCEPTIONS OF OUR TIME: FROM THE REFORMATION TO NEOLIBERALISM. ECSTASY OF HUMAN PRIDE. REFORMATION, HUMANISM, THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND CAPITALISM
Voronin S.A.
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The author continues to reflect on the fate of the Western axiological project, linking together the genesis of capitalism with the religious attitudes of the Reformation, the Renaissance landmarks new spiritual and scientific rationalism of the Enlightenment.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):10-33
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SOME WAYS OF TALUSES' USE IN FUNERAL RITE OF EARLY AND MIDDLE BRONZE AGE PEOPLE
Usachuk A.N., Panasyuk N.V.
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The aim of this article is the analysis of small cattle’s taluses that were found in funeral complexes in Donetz river region dated by Early and Middle Bronze age. The use of traceological method permits to appreciate the degree of treatment and utilization of these artifacts in funeral rite and in material culture of people who lived in this region in Early and Middle Bronze age.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):34-46
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FINDS OF ANIMAL STYLE ABOUT CONTACTS OF THE CAUCASIAN AND THRACIAN POPULATION IN THE EARLY IRON AGE
Volnaya G.N.
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Some of animal objects of Caucasus have likeness feature with military objects of Thracians world Early Iron Age. This is evidence about general Near East source. Yet there are feature typical only for objects population of Caucasus and Thracians. It connected about cultural contacts between population Thracians and population Caucasus at middle of 1 millennium B.C.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):47-59
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THE MID-SARMATIAN CULTURE PHENOMENON AND PROBLEM OF MIGRATION FROM CENTRAL ASIA
Berlizov N.E.
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The article deals with the origin of Mid-sarmatian culture in South Russia. Using of multivariate analysis of burials and relatively-typological analysis of main artifacts allows connecting genesis of this culture with the earlier Prokhorovka and Sargatian type antiquities. Author demonstrates invalidity of popular hypothesis about significant role of migration from Central Asia in origin of Mid-sarmatian culture.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):60-68
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DEVELOPMENTS OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN NORTH CAUCASUS (NORTH OSSETIA-ALANIA) AND ASIA (URARTU, IRAN) IN PRE-SCYTHIAN - EARLY SCYTHIAN TIME
Chshiew H.(.
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The article features the material culture contacts between the Caucasus and the Near East in the pre-Scythian - early Scythian time. New archaeological data traces the dynamics and nature of these contacts.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):69-74
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THE INFORMATIVE VALUE OF THE SOURCES OF THE MATERIALS OF THE EARLY IRON AGE FROM THE TERRITORY OF CHECHNYA
Burkov S.B.
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The article is devoted to determination of correlation between the historical conclusions on the origin of the Nakh (Vaynakh) ethnic groups in early Iron Age and the level of knowledge of the material artifacts of the given historical period, applied to the territory of modern Chechnya. Eventfully the conclusion is made that the level study, publication and scientific comprehension of the artifacts of material culture of early Iron Age from the territory of Chechnya does not correspond to the present level of theoretical generalization and historical conclusions about the ancient past of its indigenous population.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):75-83
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LATE GROUP OF BURIALS CEMETERY OF ELIZABETHAN SETTLEMENT № 2 (EXCAVATED IN 1978)
P'yankov A.V., Anfimov I.N.
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The article published funerary complexes of late Elizabethan group cemetery settlement № 2. Materials dated by analogy method. The analysis of the burial rite and inventory. Established the following burials were made in IV-VII centuries; Obsequies and equipment similar to the ones Pashkovsky burial № 1; compared with the previous period (I-II centuries. AD) settlement population declined.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):84-101
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NORTH-EAST PART OF THE CENTRAL SHRINE OF KYTA BY THE MATERIALS OF EXCAVATIONS 2008-2011 YEARS
Molev E.A., Moleva N.V.
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The article deals with the materials of excavations the central shrine of Kyta in 2008-2011 years. The authors describes new buildings and the most interesting finds, drew the common conclusion about sacral accessory this part of the city from IV B.C. to VI A.D.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):102-114
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CERTAIN ASPECTS OF SINO-CENTRAL ASIAN RELATIONS IN ANCIENT TIMES
Barinova E.B.
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The article considers the archaeological evidence that during the genesis of bronze culture of China and the whole yin civilization along with local Neolithic cultures (Jansa and lunshan) played a significant role cultural contacts and relations with the peoples of Central Asia.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):115-120
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REVIEW: PONOMARENKO L., LUKYANOVA G., CHIKRIZOVA O. “KINGDOM OF MOROCCO: THE PEARL OF THE ARAB WEST”. - M., 2013
Khazanov A.M., Voronin S.A.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):121-125
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OUR AUTHORS
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(4):126-127
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