TALITSKY PARKING (OSTROVSKAYA)

TALITSKY PARKING (OSTROVSKAYA) archaeological. memory. Upper Paleolithic. Perm. region., Verhnegorodsky district. Located near the villages of the Island and Glyadenovo on Ave. Bank. Chusovoi. Parking is open in 1938, in 1939 the first Inst. M.V.Talitskim on the Square. 24 m. m. V.I.Gromova In 1942 expedition excavated approx. 40 m. m (archaeologists MPGryaznov and A.A.Iessen), and in 1945-48 and 1950-52 approx. 500 m. m expedition Bader. Cult. layer is powerful. from 7 to 20 cm, occur in the floodplain alluvium II floodplain terraces found on the square. approx. 300 m. m. structure cult. layer Read more [...]
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TALITSKY Mikhail

TALITSKY Mikhail (1906, Rostov, Yaroslavl region. -25.08.1942, Near Moscow), Izv. owls. archaeologist who worked for William (1935-1940). He graduated from Moscow State University (1931), specializing in paleoanthropology. In 1931-33 scientific. employee muses. Anthropology, Moscow State University, 1933-35 scientific. employee GAIMK, 1935-39 graduate student IHMC, 1939-41 scientific. et al. IHMC (IA RAS). In 1941 he volunteered for the French. and died in 1942. His student years involved in archaeological. work in the suburbs, in the North. Caucasus, in Yaroslavl, Kirov, Nizhny Novgorod region. Read more [...]
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CAVE WALL PICTURE

CAVE WALL PICTURE first, Naib. early manifestations of fig. activity ancient us. U. Math. 4 caves on the South. W., in the k-ryh discovered wall paintings: Kapova, Ignatiev, Serpievskaya 2 and Muradymovskaya 2. Kapova Ignatievskaya cavities and kept up to several. dozens of fig. Pleistocene animals, symbolic signs, anthropomorphic creatures made red paint and black. Fig. these caves belong to the late Upper Paleolithic pore. These unique memory. on ter. D in their DOS. characteristics of the placement of figures in the depths of underground cavities, repertoire fig., structuring of underground Read more [...]
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Initial colonization of the Urals man

Check-Urals man was long and difficult process. It took place at different times and from different areas and the nature of­Call of discontinuity. Populated places that were left, then re-mastered. This was largely due to changing geometry­graphical environment: in an era froze­tions arose glacial, mining and water-ice barriers in the interglacial epoch barriers water [26, p. 21-22]. Ancient monuments in the Urals date to the Mousterian drevneka­alternating century (Paleolithic). They are still rare and are found on all pro­Pulling from the Ural Mountains to the South Polar Read more [...]
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PALEOLITHIC URAL (Old Stone Age)

PALEOLITHIC URAL (Old Stone Age) epoch in the archaeological. periodization (2.5 million approx. 10 thousand. years ago). P. subdivided into early (2.5 million approx. 200 thousand. Years ago), Wed (C. 200 thousand. Approx. 40 thousand. Years ago) and late, or top (ca. 40 thousand. Approx. 10 thousand. Years ago). U. known approx. 50 memory. all periods of P. Early P. submitted to South. W. (parking Mysovaya) and Aver. W. (parking Elniki II, 6th layer grotto Big Blind). Early PW characterized pebble industry with choppers, choppingami, scrapers. Assumed to be due to early P. Avg. Asia and Kazakhstan. Read more [...]
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BEAR CAVE

BEAR CAVE Upperpalaeolithic site. Resp. Komi, Trinity-Pechora district. Located in a cave in the karst Bear ravine Jordan 500 m from approx. Shore p. Pechora, on the ter. Pechora-Ilych State. Reserve. Memory. opened in 1960 and B.I.Guslitserom V.I.Kanivtsom. Cult. Upper Paleolithic layer occurs in brown loam at a depth of 2-2.5 m. found numerous fossil bones of Pleistocene animals: sowing. deer, mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, tigrolva, musk ox, bison, elk, horses, fox, wolf, hare, lemming hoof. Found a large number of (c. 3000) dropped horns sowing. deer. Flint implements parking lot has 1,500 items. Read more [...]
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Ignatiev CAVE (YAMAZY-TASH)

Ignatiev CAVE (YAMAZY-TASH) one of the largest caverns in the South. W., in a swarm detected Upper Paleolithic paintings. Kata-Ivanovo district Chelyaba. region. Ave. bank of the river. Sim. The cave entrance razmerami__ 12___x_12 m facing the southeast and is located at an altitude of approx. 12 m above the water. Karst cavity horizontal, corridor type with several. koltsovkami. The total length of the cave moves more than 0.5 km. First a description is made PS Pallas in the XVIII century. In the XIX century. lived a hermit in a cave Ignatius, who was considered among the local us. saint. It Read more [...]
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ZOTINSKY GROTTO

ZOTINSKY GROTTO archaeological. memory. Chelyaba. region., Kaslinsky district. Located on the lion. bank of the river. Bagaryak, 2 km downstream from the s. Zotin. Grotto developed in limestone at an altitude of approx. 10 m above the water, facing the entrance to the south-west V.T.Petrina excavations in 1974 opened by approx. 18 m. m. Holocene sediments found 76 fragments of pottery of early railroad. century. 2 arrowhead of bone, the scattered remnants of the human skeleton, to-rye interpreted as destroyed burial. By the Upper Paleolithic stone tools attributed 12 of the green-red banded jasper, Read more [...]
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MOUNTAIN Talitsy

MOUNTAIN Talitsy major archaeological. memory. Paleolithic era final Early Mesolithic (late Pleistocene early Holocene) Avg. Urals. Perm. region. Dobriansky district, 0.5 km from the village. Mountain Talitsa. Inst. in 1984 and A.F.Melnichukom P.Yu.Pavlovym. Dedicated to the destroyed water reservoir portion Logistics 1st Ave floodplain terraces. Shore p. Chusovoi. Pl. approx. 0.3 ha. Studied 20 sq.m cult. layer. Stone products occurring in the thickness of alluvial sand to a depth of 1 m. Collected a variety of stone products from chert and jasper Paleolithic appearance: side vyemchatoretushnye, Read more [...]
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Garcia I

Garcia I double-layered Paleolithic (Paleolithic D) parking in the upper reaches of the Kama (Perm. region., Komi-Perm Autonomous. env., Yusvinsky district). Open E.Yu.Makarovym, Inst. P.Yu.Pavlovym, E.Yu.Makarovym, YU.YU. Tsyganov. Found two cult. layer occurring in the overburden terrace III Kama. Upper Inst. on the Square. approx. 150 m, the bottom 12 sqm In the upper cult. layer partially Inst. two clusters cult. residues in the C kostrishchami. For stone tools top cult. layer (ca. 4,000 subjects) characterized treated right triangular tips, a variety of scrapers, scrapers high shape and podteskoy Read more [...]
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GANICHATA I, II

GANICHATA I, II

Paleolithic (Paleolithic D) location on the upper Kama (Perm. region., Dobryana-sky district). Open and Inst. AF Melnychuk, V.P.Denisovym, YY Tsyganov, P.Yu.Pavlovym. Redeposited cult. layer on the memory. lies in the overburden terrace III Kama to a depth of 6 m. Locations characterized by quartzite implements archaic appearance. Among the findings (of approx. 2000) and flat discoid cores, choppers, choppingi, scrapers, scrapers. Fauna: mammoth, horse, bison. Geol. age location is not set.

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Bogdanovka PARKING

Bogdanovka PARKING archaeological. memory. Paleolithic era. Chelyaba. region., Kizilsky district, lion. bank of the river. W., 1.5 km downstream from the s. Bohdanivka. Discovered in 1989 VN Shirokov Cult. layer is a collection of numerous remnants of bones of Pleistocene animals, coal and stone products and wastes on their product. stationed in the bend of the river for more than 60 m from a rocky outcrop. In the layer of parking there mammoth, rhinoceros, bison, large cave bear, deer, sitting. deer, saiga, narrow-skulled vole (a skull). Collection of stone products consists of over 1,500 items. Read more [...]
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Twin GROTTO (WHITE)

Twin GROTTO (WHITE) archaeological. memory. Perm. region., Alexander district, pos. Anousheh Ave. Bank of the river. Chanvy height above the water of 25-30 m. Dimensions entrance facing the west, 2.3&# 215, 5 m, the length of the grotto approx. 23 m. Paleolithic site discovered in the grotto and cave explorer E.P.Bliznetsovym local historian and titles. it to them. Bader. Last in the middle. 1960 excavated 58 m of unconsolidated sediments and found more than 300 stone artifacts. In the mid. 80 memory materials. T.I.Scherbakova studied, processed collection of 230 items. She highlighted cores Read more [...]
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Unnamed GROTTO

Unnamed GROTTO archaeological. memory. Sverdl. region., Sukholozhsky district, lion. bank of the river. Pishma, 1.5 km downstream from the Sukhoi Log. Sovrem. Sizes 3 grotto&# 215; 3.5&# 215, 1.5 m. Investigation. V.T.Petrinym and N.G.Smirnovym Excavations in 1974 opened by approx. 16 m. m to a depth of 2.9 m. Ref. complex things related to the Upper Paleolithic. Products are deposited in a layer of red clay and gravel, and the bones of Pleistocene animals reindeer, horse, rabbit, saiga, bison, marmot, fox, woolly rhinoceros, wolf, fox, a cave bear. At a depth of approx. 2 m found yadrische Read more [...]
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Bone Venus Stone Age

The bones of mammoths, woolly rhinos and other prehistoric animals, ancient stone tools with which they were hunted more than 20 thousand years ago ... an unusual exhibition organized on the eve of New Year's staff Lipetsk Regional Museum. The exhibition is devoted 85th anniversary of the discovery of one of the most famous monuments in the history of our region - ancient man in the village Gagarino Zadonsk district. In the summer of 1924 a local farmer Ivan Antonov, found near the village of mammoth bones. A little later, Gagarin came archeologists that appeared to make an outstanding scientific Read more [...]
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