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Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

37 (3) 2009

 

 

CONTENTS

PALEOENVIRONMENT. THE STONE AGE

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.

THE METAL AGES AND MEDIEVAL PERIOD

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.

ETHNOLOGY

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.

ANTHROPOLOGY

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.

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