Siberian Paleolithic Archaeology: Approaches and Analytic Methods [and Comments and Replies]

@article{Dolitsky1985SiberianPA,
  title={Siberian Paleolithic Archaeology: Approaches and Analytic Methods [and Comments and Replies]},
  author={Alexander B. Dolitsky and R. Ackerman and J. Aigner and A. Bryan and R. Dennell and R. D. Guthrie and J. Hoffecker and D. Hopkins and J. L. Lanata and W. Workman},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={1985},
  volume={26},
  pages={361 - 378}
}
This paper examines the approaches and methods of Soviet archaeologists dealing with the Siberian Paleolithic and with the problem of early man in Siberia and the Far East. 
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