planigraphy


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planigraphy

[plə′nig·rə·fē]
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Planigraphy distribution of male and female graves confirms the idea of the family principle in burying the deceased when graves of close relatives were located in one row regardless of their gender and age.
Having compared burial ritual materials of the early (I-II centuries) and late (III-V centuries) parts of the cemetery together with numerous planigraphy charts of how different categories of the goods were located, we could find out common and specific features of the both stages.
Their chronology and evolution dynamics was developed on the basis of analogies, study of mutually found artifects and planigraphy. O.