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Human presence in the European Arctic nearly 40,000 years ago
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The discovery of traces of human occupation nearly 40,000 years old at Mamontovaya Kurya, a Palaeolithic site situated in the European part of the Russian Arctic implies that either the Neanderthals expanded much further north than previously thought or that modern humans were present in the Arctic only a few thousand years after their first appearance in Europe.
Man and Nature in Northeastern Europe in the Middle and Late Pleistocene
Today we know more than 40 Paleolithic sites and localities in northeastern Europe, a region lying between approximately 55–70° N and 50–60° E, and encompassing the northeastern part of the Russian
New information on early man in Northeastern European Russia
Abstract During the period 1984–1986 archeological excavations were carried out in “Bol'shoy Glukhoy”; cave, a karst cave on the Chusovaya River, a tributary of the Upper Kama in northeastern
The Main Stages and Specific Features of the Initial Peopling of the Northeast of East European Plain and the Urals at the Beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic
  • P. Pavlov
  • Environmental Science, Geography
    Stratum plus. Archaeology and Cultural…
  • 27 February 2022
The article discusses the materials of the Early Upper Paleolithic sites of Zaozer’e, Garchi I and Byzovaya situated in the northeast of the East European plain and on the Urals (58—67°N; 50—60°E),
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