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ISSN 1563 0110
 

Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology
of Eurasia

44 (3) 2016

 

DOI: 10.17746/1563-0110.2016.44.3

CONTENTS

PALEOENVIRONMENT. THE STONE AGE

A.P. Derevianko. The Middle Paleolithic of the Levant p. 3 - 36.

T.Y. Nomokonova, O.I. Goriunova, R.J. Losey, A.G. Novikov, and A.W. Weber. Faunal Remains from the Early Complexes of the Sagan-Zaba II Multilayered Habitation Site (9120–7880 cal BP) in the Cis-Baikal: Planigraphy, Subsistence Patterns, and Seasonality p. 37 - 46.

THE METAL AGES AND MEDIEVAL PERIOD

V.P. Mylnikov and A.A. Tishkin. Wooden Saddle-Trees from Yaloman II in the Altai: An Interdisciplinary Analysis p. 47 - 55.

Y.V. Frolov. A Scythian Age Sword from the Forest-Steppe Altai p. 56 - 62.

V.N. Adayev and O.Y. Zimina. Above-Ground Frame Buildings in Western Siberia: Archaeological and Ethnographic Parallels p. 63 - 71.

B.B. Besetayev and E.M. Kariyev. New Evidence on the Early Saka Horse Harness from Eastern Kazakhstan p. 72 - 78.

V.I. Molodin, I.A. Durakov, and L.S. Kobeleva. “Caster’s Cache” from Tartas-1, Late Krotovo (Cherno-Ozerye) Culture, Baraba Forest-Steppe p. 79 - 86.

A.P. Borodovsky and A.V. Tabarev. Modeling the Deformation of Bone Points: Archaeological and Experimental Data p. 87 - 92.

T.N. Glushkova, Y.A. Senyurina, S.F. Tataurov, and S.S. Tikhonov. Woven, Knitted, and Wattled 17th–18th Century Textiles from Tara Fortress, Western Siberia p. 93 - 100.

K.Y. Kiryushin and N.F. Stepanova. Ceramics from Novoilyinka III, a Chalcolithic Site in Kulunda, Western Siberia p. 101 - 110.

ETHNOLOGY

D.V. Arzyutov. Shatra and Jurt: The “Return Address” in the Altaian Ritual p. 111 - 120.

V.A. Ivanov. The Distribution of Bashkir Tribes Before and During their Integration into the Russian State p. 121 - 129.

O.K. Ansimova and O.V. Golubkova. Mythological Characters of the Domestic Space in Russian Folk Beliefs: Lexicographic and Ethnographic Aspects p. 130 - 138.

ANTHROPOLOGY AND PALEOGENETICS

A.V. Zubova. Dental Anthropology of the Mesolithic and Neolithic Populations of the Eastern European Forest-Steppe Zone p. 139 - 149.

T.A. Chikisheva, S.M. Slepchenko, A.V. Zubova, V.S. Slavinsky, A.A. Tsybankov, N.I. Drozdov, and D.N. Lysenko. An Upper Paleolithic Human Mandible and a First Cervical Vertebra from Afontova Gora II p. 150 - 157.

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