To the Question of Entrance Complex of Anacopia Fortress Restoration, Abazgia VI-XI с.

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In the article the conceptual issues of the restorations and the architecture features of the gate node of the second line of the defense of Anakopia the capital of the early medieval of the Abkhazian Kingdom are considered. The round tower near the gate is unique by the nature of its arches. It was determined by the research that the tower was not built on a model but by the individual order. The analogues of the tower and its construction techniques were detected on the former territory of Byzantine empire – in Turkey, Greece, Armenia. The dates of the construction periods were specified from VI till XI c. Based on the results of the digital researches the features of the architecture of the monument in different periods were authentically restored.

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Batyr Yazyev, Stepan V. Litvinov, Anton S. Chepurnenko, Anastasia Lapina and Akay Oksana

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797-803

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V. V. Pishchulina and A. V. Argun, "To the Question of Entrance Complex of Anacopia Fortress Restoration, Abazgia VI-XI с.", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 931, pp. 797-803, 2018

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