IMC 2007: Sessions

Session 1106: Emergence and Development of the Medieval East European City

Wednesday 11 July 2007, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:Institute of Archaeology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Organiser:Volodymyr Kovalenko, Chernihiv Shevchenko State Pedagogical University
Paper 1106-bEmergence and Development of Mikhaylovsky Upper Town of Kiev
(Language: English)
Gleb Ivakin, Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences, Kiev
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Demography, Economics - Urban, Social History
Paper 1106-cProtocity Centres in the Desna Region in the 9th to the Beginning of 11th Centuries
(Language: English)
Evgeny Shinakov, Department of Ancient & Medieval Russian & East-European History, Bryansk State University, Russia
Index terms: Archaeology - Sites, Economics - Trade, Geography and Settlement Studies, Local History
Abstract

Medieval city in the Eastern Europe was a complicated economical, social-political, and cultural organism, which had a serious specification in comparison with cities from other regions. Appearing, forming, urban development, cultural, and social-topographical development of the Eastern-European cities – these are the questions which are supposed to be discussed on the session ‘Appearing and Development of the Medieval East-European City’. We’ll base on new perusal of the traditional written sources and on introduction into the science circulation materials of the archeological investigations of cities of the Eastern Europe, which are unknown to European medievalists.