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Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

26 (2) 2006

 

 

CONTENTS

PALEOENVIRONMENT. THE STONE AGE

S.K. Vasiliev, A.P. Derevianko and S.V. Markin. Large Mammal Fauna of the Sartan Period from the Northwestern Altai (Based on Materials from Kaminnaya Cave) p. 2 - 22.

N.I. Drozdov and V.P. Chekha. The Mammoth Fauna and Environmental Changes on the Taimyr Peninsula from the Middle Pleistocene through the Holocene p. 23 - 34.

A.I. Saksa. The Karelian Isthmus: Origins of the Natural and Human Environment p. 35 - 44.

THE METAL AGES AND MEDIEVAL PERIOD

A.N. Alekseyev, E.K. Zhirkov, A.D. Stepanov, A.K. Sharaborin, and L.L. Alekseyeva. Burial of an Ymyiakhtakh Warrior in Kyordyughen, Yakutia p. 45 - 52.

I.V. Aseyev. Ritual Objects from a Neolithic Site at the Elgen River Mouth and their Relevance in Prehistoric, Eastern Siberian Shamanism p. 53 - 60.

S.P. Grushin. Origins of Various Design Elements in Seima-Turbino Bronze Artifacts p. 61 - 67.

M.G. Ivanova and I.V. Zhurbin. Evaluating Science-Based Approaches in the Study of the Medieval Udmurt Settlement Idnakar p. 68 - 79.

A.M. Novichikhin and V.A. Trifonov. Zoomorphic Scepter Head from Anapa Museum p. 80 - 86.

V.D. Kubarev and V.I. Zabelin. Avian Fauna in Central Asian Rock Art: Archaeological and Ethnological Evidence p. 87 - 103.

E.P. Matochkin. Petroglyphs at Green Lake: Altai Bronze Age Monument p. 104 - 115.

ETHNOLOGY

O.N. Shelegina. Results and Perspectives for Studying Adaptation Processes in the Sustenance Culture of the Russian Population of Siberia (18th – Early 20th Centuries) p. 116 - 125.

E.F. Fursova. Ornithomorphic Symbols in the Traditional Peasant Culture of the Ob Basin, Baraba and Kulunda Steppes, and the Altai (Late 19th – Early 20th Centuries) p. 126 - 136.

I.R.Vasilevsky. Religious Beliefs and Ritual Calendar of Pre-Christian Russia (Based on Archeological Finds from Chernaya Mogila) p. 137 - 144.

Spring. Russian Orthodoxy in the Altai: Old and New Faith in Changing Times p. 145 - 156.

PERSONALIA

Yury Fedorovich Kiryushin p. 157 - 158.