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Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

41 (4) 2013





A. Arroyo and I. de la Torre. Acheulean Large Flake Technology in Campo de Calatrava (Ciudad Real, Spain) p. 2 - 10.

I. Karavanić and F.H. Smith. Alternative Interpretations of the Middle/Upper Paleolithic Interface at Vindija Cave (Northwestern Croatia) in the Context of Central Europe and the Adriatic p. 11 - 20.

A.P. Derevianko, E.P. Rybin, S.A. Gladyshev, B. Gunchinsuren, A.A. Tsybankov, and J.W. Olsen. Early Upper Paleolithic Stone Tool Technologies of Northern Mongolia: The Case of Tolbor-4 and Tolbor-15 p. 21 - 37.

I.D. Zolnikov, E.V. Deyev, A.A. Tsybankov, V.S. Slavinski, A.V. Postnov, and D.A. Chupina. On the Supposedly Young Age of Angara Alluvial Sediments Based on the Findings of Salvage Excavations in the Flooding Area of the Boguchany Hydroelectric Plant p. 38 - 49.

E.L. Lychagina. The Early Neolithic of the Kama Region p. 50 - 57.

I.V. Usacheva. On the Function of “Grooved Stones” p. 58 - 64.

K.Yu. Kiryushin, Yu.F. Kiryushin, and V.P. Semibratov. Middle Neolithic Ceramics from the Tytkesken VI Settlement Site p. 65 - 72.

I.N. Vasilieva. A New Neolithic Ceramic Tradition in the Kama Region p. 73 - 83.


V.I. Molodin and I.A. Durakov. Early and Middle Bronze Age Burials at Ordynskoye-1, Western Siberia: A New Cultural Interpretation p. 84 - 101.

N.V. Polosmak, E.S. Bogdanov, and D. Tseveendorj. The Suzukteh Mound 22, Mongolia: The Burial Rite p. 102 - 118.

A.P. Borodovsky. Prestigious Afanasyevo Wooden Metal-Bound Ware from the Sayan-Altai p. 119 - 122.

A.V. Baulo. Without a Face: A Silver Plaque from the Eastern Slopes of the Urals p. 123 - 128.

M.G. Kramarovsky. New Elements in the Iconography of 9th–10th Century Ural-Siberian Silver p. 129 - 133.

A.S. Zinchenko. A 13th–14th Century AD “Horse Skin Burial” at Basandaika Kurgan 1, Western Siberia p. 134 - 145.


V.A. Batsevich, O.V. Yasina, and E.D. Kobyliansky. Age-Related Skeletal Changes in Adult Populations Under Various Social and Geographical Conditions: An Anthropo-Ecological Study p. 146 - 154.