Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 48 (1) 2020
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ISSN 1563 0110
 

Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

48 (1) 2020

  

DOI: 10.17746/1563-0110.2020.48.1

CONTENTS

PALEOENVIRONMENT. THE STONE AGE

A.Y. Fedorchenko, N.E. Belousova, N.A. Kulik, and M.V. Shunkov. Early Upper Paleolithic Serpentine Ornaments from Ust-Karakol, Northwestern Altai p. 3 - 15.

M.B. Kozlikin, W. Rendu, H. Plisson, M. Baumann, and M.V. Shunkov. Unshaped Bone Tools from Denisova Cave, Altai p. 16 - 28.

S.V. Markin and K.A. Kolobova. The Sartan Upper Paleolithic Assemblages of the Northwestern Altai p. 29 - 40.

I.Y. Ponkratova. Stages in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene Peopling of Lake Bolshoye Ushkovskoye Shore, Kamchatka p. 41 - 51.

A.M. Kuznetsov, E.O. Rogovskoi, D.N. Lokhov, and V.M. Novoseltseva. Fishing in the Early Holocene Human Ecosystem of the Northern Angara Region: Findings from Stratifi ed Sites p. 52 - 60.

THE METAL AGES AND MEDIEVAL PERIOD

V.I. Molodin, D.V. Selin, L.N. Mylnikova, I.A. Durakov, and N.S. Efremova. Late Bronze Age Smelting and Processing Furnaces of the Eastern Variant of the Pakhomovskaya Culture in the Baraba Forest-Steppe p. 61 - 71.

Y.N. Esin and S.G. Skobelev. Late Bronze Age Petroglyphs of Unyuk Mountain, in the Minusinsk Basin p. 72 - 80.

Y.A. Prokopenko. Tagar Artifacts at the Stavropol State Museum Reserve (G.N. Prozritelev’s Collection) p. 81 - 90.

Р.К. Dashkovskiy. An Early Pazyryk Kurgan at Khankarinsky Dol, Northwestern Altai: Chronology and Attribution of Artifacts p. 91 - 100.

V.K. Fedorov. The Triquetras from the Filippovka Kurgans, Southern Urals p. 101 - 109.

V.P. Mylnikov. Early Iron Age Carpenter Tools from the Altai and Adjacent Territories p. 110 - 119.

I.V. Zhurbin. A Comparative Analysis of Structural and Developmental Trends at Major Cheptsa Fortifi ed Sites in the Western Urals (Idnakar, Uchkakar, and Guryakar) p. 120 - 128.

V.B. Kovalevskaya. Ancestors of the Oriental Horse in Eurasia: Origin and Distribution p. 129 - 139.

ETHNOLOGY

I.V. Streltsova. Regional Features of the Traditional Clothing of Ukrainians and Belarusians in the South of the Russian Far East (Late 19th to Early 20th Century) p. 140 - 148.

ANTHROPOLOGY AND PALEOGENETICS

L.M. Dmitrenko and A.V. Zubova. Collection Related to the Omaguaca Indians from the Pucara de Tilcara Fortress, Northwestern Argentina, at the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography RAS, St. Petersburg: Tentative Findings p. 149 - 157.

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