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Causewayed enclosures in Ukraine? A new look at an Early Bronze Age site on the Ukrainian Steppe

  • Simon Radchenko (a1) and Oleg Tuboltsev (a2)

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Recent fieldwork on the river island of Khortitsa has revealed what may be the first-known causewayed enclosure in Ukraine.

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