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Kara-Bom: new investigations of a Palaeolithic site in the Gorny Altai, Russia

  • Natalia E. Belousova (a1) (a2), Evgeny P. Rybin (a1) (a2), Alexander Yu. Fedorchenko (a1) (a2) and Anton A. Аnoykin (a1) (a2)
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New archaeological investigations at the key Palaeolithic Russian site of Kara-Bom have further characterised its stratigraphy through analysis of the rich lithic complex recovered. This evidence both complements and supplements our understanding of central and northern Asian Initial Upper Palaeolithic populations.

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Belousova, N.E. & Rybin, E.P.. 2013. New updates to stratigraphic partition of Early Upper Paleolithic sequence of Kara-Bom site (spatial analysis and refitting studies). Bulletin of the Novosibirsk State University. History and Philology Series 12 (7): 6476.
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Derevianko, A.P., Petrin, V.T. & Rybin, E.P.. 2000. The Kara-Bom site and the characteristics of the Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition in the Altai. Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 2: 3352.
Rybin, E.P. 2014. Tools, beads, and migrations: specific cultural traits in the Initial Upper Paleolithic of southern Siberia and Central Asia. Quaternary International 347: 3952. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2014.04.031
Slavinsky, V.S., Rybin, E.P. & Belousova, N.E.. 2016. Variation in Middle and Upper Palaeolithic reduction technology at Kara-Bom, the Altai Mountains: refitting studies. Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 1: 3950. https://doi.org/10.17746/1563-0102.2016.44.1.039-050
Slavinsky, V.S., Rybin, E.P., Belousova, N.E., Yu. Fedorchenko, A., Khatsenovich, A.M. & Anoikin, A.A.. 2017. Specific technique of core platform preparation in the Initial Upper Paleolithic of south Siberia and Central Asia. Stratum plus 1: 221–44.
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Antiquity
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