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



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.


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.


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.


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.