Archaeological Research of Baturyn in 2020

This illustrated article by Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev in PDF summarises the results of the excavations in Baturyn last summer focusing on the ceramic ornamental and heraldic stove tiles found at the ruined residences of Ivan Mazepa and Pylyp Orlyk. It is an off-print from the bulletin of the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists Canadio-Byzantina, No. 32, University of Ottawa, January 2021, pp. 13-18, republished here with the permission of the author. Our colleague, Dr. Mezentsev, regularly contributes his articles and booklets on the history and antiquities of Ivan Mazepa’s capital at this website.
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