Ancient Arctic hunters

  title={Ancient Arctic hunters},
  author={Vladimir Pitul'ko and Vjatcheslav Makeyev},
Reconstructing prey selection, hunting strategy and seasonality of the early Holocene frozen site in the Siberian High Arctic: A case study on the Zhokhov site faunal remains, De Long Islands
Abstract The Zhokhov site is one of the northern most archaeological sites in the world and a very ancient vestige of occupation of high latitudes by people, indicating that this territory was
Permafrost Digging
‘They came from the ends of the earth’: long-distance exchange of obsidian in the High Arctic during the Early Holocene
Abstract Zhokhov Island in the Siberian High Arctic has yielded evidence for some of the most remote prehistoric human occupation in the world, as well as the oldest-known dog-sled technology.
New records of Holocene polar bear and walrus (Carnivora) in the Russian Arctic
This article discusses recent finds of Holocene polar bear and walrus from the northern regions of Russia. The ulna of a polar bear was found on Vaygach Island and radiocarbon dated to 1,971 +/- 25
Ancient human genome sequence of an extinct Palaeo-Eskimo
This genome sequence of an ancient human obtained from ∼4,000-year-old permafrost-preserved hair provides evidence for a migration from Siberia into the New World some 5,500 years ago, independent of that giving rise to the modern Native Americans and Inuit.
Late Pleistocene Interstadial Environment on Faddeyevskiy Island, East-Siberian Sea, Russia
Pollen, plant macrofossil, loss-on-ignition and radiocarbon analyses of a 1.4-m section in thermokarst topography from Faddeyevskiy Island (75°20′N, 143°50′E, 30 m elevation) provides new information
Holocene Stone Age of Northeastern Asia
relative time period: Follows the Siberian Paleolithic tradition and precedes the Siberian Protohistoric tradition