I ENTY

I ENTY archaeological. memory., pos. Neolithic. Resp. Komi, 20 km north-east of from Syktyvkar, right bank Avg. Vychegda oxbow lake. Enty. Openly and LIS. E.S.Loginovoy. Contains the remains of two are multi. complexes or early Neolithic developed second floor. IV millennium BC. (By G.M.Burovu) or the end of IV -first floor. III millennium BC. (By I.V.Vereschaginoy) and Late Neolithic first floor. III millennium BC. Pos. located on the edge of the upland terraces. Pl. memory. approx. 1100 m. m. Remains of an early complex are located in the west. h. .: village approx. two dozen outbreaks, hearths, Read more [...]
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Khutorskaya PARKING

Khutorskaya PARKING eponimny memory. Kama (farmstead) archaeological. culture. Perm. region., 9 km north of the town of Berezniki eastern. shore of Lake. Chashkino. Inst. V.P.Denisovym. Covers the surface of a high (9 m) sand dune in the left bank of the river. Kama on the Square. 1 hectare. The remains of the two cores. semi-pit square. 72 and 132 m. m with side niches along the edges of households. wells and groundwater centers. Found tools and hunting, made of flint and platy dec. shale, fragments ostrodonnyh vessels decorated with a variety of compositions using a comb patterns and patchwork Read more [...]
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Economy, social structure and spiritual culture of the people of the Neolithic

Neolithic differs from the previous era higher stage in the development of productive forces used all the basic techniques of­processing stone, explore new ways of housing, were invented pottery, weaving. The population of the Urals the most of the rich natural re­LAS especially various types of stone. Along with flint and yash­mine were used quartz, quartzite, granite; layered rocks tufopor-firit, slate, talc, as well as semi-precious stones agate, rock crystal, etc.. Raw materials mined mainly on the surface. There are shops, having the character of seasonal sites, main challenge Read more [...]
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UST-SHIZHMA I

UST-SHIZHMA I archaeological. memory., pos. Neolithic. Kirov region., Soviet district, 1st terrace above the floodplain lion. coast of the river. Vyatka at the confluence of the river. Shizhmy. Opened and studied L.A.Nagovitsinym. Early memory layer. dates from the end of the early stage of the Neolithic, Late with nakolchatoy utensils scherbetskogo type Wed Neolithic. Parking occupies 7000 square meters. m even, free from the forest area. Parked Inst. communication. 50 ancient sites, Naib. interest are the three almost regular circle shape, located on the same line perpendicular to the edge Read more [...]
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SHORTANDINSKAYA CULTURE

SHORTANDINSKAYA CULTURE (oz. Shortandy in Abzelilovsky district Rep. Back.), archeol. culture of the Neolithic (the second floor. III the beginning of the second Millennium BC) East. slope of MT. U. was Formed on the base pozdneeneoliticheskoe cultures of South Africa. U. with the active impact of forest Neolithic cultures U., primarily lipczynski and ayatskoe. Selected Genemachines. POS. unfortified, there are advantages. on the shores of the lake. on low terraces. Sq. 3-4 ha and more. Have a clear plan; dwelling rectangular and oval shapes, covered with stone, the roof is covered log coasting. Read more [...]
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COMPANIESA GROUP OF MONUMENTS

COMPANIESA GROUP OF MONUMENTS archeol. pyridoxamine. Neolithic date back to the V century BC Ter. distribution-bass. R. Northern Sosva S., R. Konda and R. Tavda on the HW and the South East. the border is not reliably established. Genesis SGP not clear. Pyridoxamine. United in a single group Krajewski L.Y., haciyeva's E.A. heretofore viewed as pozdneeneoliticheskoe (Starkov V.F.), then ranneneoliticheskoi part Kozlowski group of Vostochno. culture (Kovalev V.T.). POS. dedicated to high headlands consist of a single dwelling. The pits dwellings podcastersemporium in plan, with one hearth. Mat. residues Read more [...]
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SREDNESHADBEGOVSKIE VILLAGES

SREDNESHADBEGOVSKIE VILLAGES archaeological. memory. Neolithic and Chalcolithic in the bass. p cap. UDM. Rep., Igra district, approx. 500-700 m from the village. Average Shadbegovo lion. bank of the river. Vines (lion. Tributary. Cheptsa). The total number of pos. 15, from which one 6 studied excavations. SP discovered and studied L.A.Nagovitsinym. All the village. located in the interval 1-1.5 km and have 1-3 housing depression. The topography of the same sites the first terrace, only SP III is located on the buttes. Max. ancient Mesolithic material (Mesolithic) collected at SP III. A small collection Read more [...]
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PINE ISLAND, parking, SOSNOVOOSTROVSKY TYPE OF MONUMENTS

PINE ISLAND, parking, SOSNOVOOSTROVSKY TYPE OF MONUMENTS archaeological. memory. Tyumen region., Nizhnetavdinskoye district, Lake. Small Tharman, 3 km to the south-west from the village. Yamin. Occupies the north-western. h. Pine Island sand dune rises to 2 m above the swampy h. Pam. Inst. V.D.Viktorovoy. On the sodded surface memory. clearly visible 7 housing depressions. Excavations at sowing. depression revealed that the island was settled three times. Development of the island began in the Neolithic era. From this time, a fragment of the home in the form of wide. (3.5 m) length of 5.6 m of Read more [...]
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POLUDENSKAYA CULTURE

POLUDENSKAYA CULTURE archaeological. Culture Avg. Zauralye Late Neolithic (IV th. BC. E.) Titles. in the village. Poludenka I have, the Nizhny Tagil. In addition it seems, has the primary role belonged to the early stage of culture Kozlovskoj Zaur. Neolithic. Synchronous farmstead Perm Culture and boborykinskoy Zauralye. ANBalandin took memory. PK to Yurinskaya-Gorbunov, and Bader to poludenskomu step ur. Neolithic V.T.Kovaleva to PK (See .: Neolithic D). Development of PK reflected in a number of successive types of ceramics: poludenskoy, sosnovoostrovskoy, but there are others. viewpoint: poludenskie Read more [...]
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I POLUDENKA

I POLUDENKA archaeological. memory. Sverdl. region., 12 km west of the city Nizhny Tagil, p. Poludenka. Bader excavated. Memory. destroyed road quarry. Preserved h. Excavation size 4,5h_6 m rectangular semi-dugouts with timber walls. Second home was badly damaged, it must be assumed third home has been preserved. Home, according to ON Bader, contained in a common diameter of the log fence approx. 20 m to the paradise traced the groove with traces of holes from the pillars. Bader believed pos. single layer, although noted dec. in the color of the upper and lower horizons. V.M.Raushenbah assumed Read more [...]
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Pechora PARKING

Pechora PARKING archaeological. memory. Resp. Komi, 30 km north of the city of Naryan-Mar, lower reaches. Pechora (Bolshezemelskaya Tundra). Refers to the type nedolgovr. parking. Excavations have been conducted. Ceramics dating back to the second floor. IV first floor. III millennium BC. (Developed Neolithic). Located in the upper reaches of one of the lion. tributaries of the Pechora River, near the shore of Lake. Material (pottery, flint implements) assembled on a small area to dispel the dunes of a cult. layer overlain by sand bars. Ceramics (approx. 100 fragments) belongs to the large thick-walled Read more [...]
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NEOLITHIC URAL

NEOLITHIC URAL the final stage in the stone. (VI-IV millennium BC.) Coincided with the warm and moist Atlantic period. The optimum ratio of heat and moisture to determine the highest flourishing flora and fauna W. Forest space occupied a considerable part of the forest-steppe and tundra zones W. At South. W. boundary between forest and steppe reached a position close to the present-day. In N. had mastered the technology of manufacturing of pottery and width. spread such methods of working stone, sanding, sawing, drilling. Us. W. widely used rich natural resources, especially various types of stone. Read more [...]
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Miassovo, large and small LAKE

Miassovo, large and small LAKE archaeological. memory. Chelyaba. region., Miass district, Ilmen reserve. B.M.O. one of the largest lake. Ilmen Reserve. Its length from north to south 12 miles. It is associated with protowhich M.M.O. On the banks of MO revealed 41 pos., 7 of them were excavated (At the gate, Ship, Latochka, Linden Kuria, Nyashevka II, IV, VII). Topography their location dec .: on capes, flat and sloping sites at the mouths of rivers, bays and in the neck duct grottoes. On M.M.O. humus horizon underlies the sand. Findings of earlier eras are not stratified, with the exception of Read more [...]
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MAKUSHA III

MAKUSHA III multilayer settlement of the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, early VC. .. ECAT., other shore R. Iset, 2-2,5 km to the North of the village. Palkino. Pyridoxamine. takes the edge of radical terraces with a height up to 2.5-3 m Open Y.P. Chumakina and Whiteflower. The top layer is represented by the system met. structures furnaces womanhorny and podotvalnoe in plan form with the remnants of the earthen platform. The detected slag, chip metal products, pottery fragments Itkul culture. The lower layers contain materials of the Neolithic and Neolithic. The pits buildings ayatskoe culture of the Read more [...]
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LIPCZYNSKI TYPE MONUMENTS

LIPCZYNSKI TYPE MONUMENTS archaeology of the bronze age TRANS, determined by eponime Lipczynski the Parking lot at the lower RV Tours (Svenl. region, Sloboda-Turin R-n).... in the 1920s Pagetrail. The distribution l.t.s. do on. R-us Sat., Cf. and South Africa. TRANS, Cf. and Lower pritable. Their formation was probably autochthonous and convergent on the whole Ter. General Neolithic subbase identified similarities and specific Genesis and Yakult. innovation elements differences in the development of CTD. R-new distribution lipczynski complexes. Highlights three local option education: separateur. Read more [...]
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Levshinsky PARKING

Levshinsky PARKING multi-layer memory. Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic, Perm, near the w / d art. Levshino. At pres. Bp. flooded waters of the Kama Reservoir. LS Math. from the end of the XIX century. Levies on FA Teploukhova, S.I.Sergeeva, IN Glushkov. LS located on the sandy dyunoobraznom hilly, rising 5-6 m above the left bank floodplain. Kama. Her Sq. 5000 sq.m. Studied 300 sq cult. layer of yellow-gray sand, is powerful. 40-50 cm, in a rum-identified remains of ancient groundwater sources and the host. pits. Stone tools consists of a variety of scrapers, knives and treated right arrowheads, Read more [...]
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Koshkinsky CULTURE

Koshkinsky CULTURE archaeological. Early Neolithic culture (V beginning. IV millennium BC.), named for parking Koshkin V on the lion. bank of the river. Tobol, near the village. Koshkin (Coorg. Region., Belozersky district). V.T.Kovalevoy highlighted. Formed by the migration of us. from the southern. region. in the forest-steppe and steppe zones of the Trans-Urals and adapt to new conditions. The area of ​​forest and steppe Zauralie. Math. significant in pl. pos. of three or four dwellings (SAD-XII) (St. Andrew Lakes archaeological sites). Dwellings slabouglublennye, rectangular with traces Read more [...]
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KOKSHAROVSKO-Yurinskaya PARKING

KOKSHAROVSKO-Yurinskaya PARKING multilayer torfyanikovy memory. in Cp. Trans-Urals. Sverdl. region., Upper Salda district, outskirts of the village. Koksharova, Yu-east. native shore Yurinskaya Lake. (Koksharovsky moor). Open and Inst. Ur expedition. State. Univ of the hands. Yu.B.Serikova in 1979-81. Parking consists of two hours. Onshore and offshore. The stratigraphy of these hours. Different. On the original bank balances bronzes. in., Neolithic and Mesolithic lie immediately under the turf in a black slimy layer is powerful. up to 40 cm. coastal h. materials early yellow. in. and Late Bronze Read more [...]
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KOZLOVSKAYA CULTURE

KOZLOVSKAYA CULTURE archaeological. culture of the early Neolithic (V beginning. IV millennium BC.), named for parking Kozlov Cape I, located on the southern cape. coast of St. Andrew's Lake. (St. Andrew's Lake archaeological sites) In Tyumen. Synchronous memory. Koshkinsky type (Koshkinsky culture). Areal Wed Zauralie (Sverdl., Yu Tyumen and Kurgan region S..). Pos. often occupy elevated areas along rivers, lakes less. KK formed on the basis of culture srednezaur. Mesolithic, perhaps with a certain rum impact crops Yu (Caspian Sea), characterizes the autochthonous line of development, to the paradise Read more [...]
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KAMSKAYA (hamlet) CULTURE

KAMSKAYA (hamlet) CULTURE belongs to the Neolithic period, dating back to the second floor. V-IV th. .; BC Regular. ter. Distribution Kama, Kama-Vyatka and Belaya ICSCA-interfluve. Dep. memory. Math. on Europe. St. B. Genesis of culture passed on the basis of local Mesolithic (Mesolithic) substrate with the influence of the forest-steppe us. Reference memory. -Hutorskoe Pos. (Khutorskaya parking). KK opened in 1930 A.V.Shmidtom, N.A.Prokoshevym and substantiated in 1950 Bader and V.P.Denisovym. Memory. KK presented unfortified settlement. and temporary parking areas along the shores of the lake., Read more [...]
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