Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 37 (3) 2009
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Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

37 (3) 2009





N.K. Anisyutkin. Middle Paleolithic Industries of the Early Late Pleistocene (OIS 5) in the Southwestern Part of Eastern Europe p. 2 - 16.

E.V. Bezrukova, A.A. Abzaeva, P.P. Letunova, N.V. Kulagina, and L.A. Orlova. Evidence of Environmental Instability of the Lake Baikal Area after the Last Glaciation (Based on Pollen Records from Peatlands) p. 17 - 25.

A.N. Alekseyev and V.M. Dyakonov. Radiocarbon Chronology of Neolithic and Bronze Age Cultures in Yakutia p. 26 - 40.

V.E. Medvedev. Clay Balls from Suchu Island as Neolithic Sacral Symbols p. 41 - 49.


L.I. Avilova. Models of Metal Production in the Near East (Chalcolithic – Middle Bronze Age) p. 50 - 58.

A.N. Chistyakova. Chinese Inscription on the Lacquer Cup from Noin Ula Mound 20 (Mongolia) p. 59 - 68.

I.I. Marchenko and N.Y. Limberis. Horse Forehead Pieces from the Kuban Region p. 69 - 74.

O.N. Korochkova. The Pakhomovskaya Culture of the Late Bronze Age p. 75 - 84.

Y.N. Esin. Stone Stele Bearing a “Sun-Headed” Deity on the Tuim River, Khakassia (In commemoration of the Finnish Antiquarian Society Expedition to the Yenisei headed by J.R. Aspelin 120 years previously) p. 85 - 94.

E.P. Krupochkin. Methodological Issues in the Digital Mapping of Archaeological Sites p. 95 - 102.

V.S. Myglan, I.Y. Slusarenko, and A.Y. Mainicheva. The Church of the Saviour from Zashiversk: The Dendrochronological Aspect p. 103 - 110.


A.V. Baulo. The “Harlequin”: An Ostyak Idol p. 111 - 118.

G.V. Lyubimova. “Technological Eschatology” in Modern Traditions of Popular Orthodoxy and among the Old Believers of Siberia p. 119 - 127.

T.B. Smirnova. Mummery in the Calendar Rites of German Settlers in Siberia p. 128 - 134.

Silver of Kazakh Zergers: Traditions in Modern Jewelry Art p. 135 - 144.


T.A. Chikisheva, N.V. Polosmak, and P.V. Volkov. Dental Remains from Mound 20 at Noin-Ula, Mongolia p. 145 - 151.

S.L. Sankina. The Origin of the Medieval Population of the Novgorod Republic) (10th–13th centuries): A Craniometric Analysis p. 152 - 157.