Published January 2003
by Not Avail .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
This program deals with hunter-gatherer cultural change and continuity in the Middle Holocene of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia. From about to BP, the Baikal area was successively inhabited by two major groups-the Kitoi, who date to the Late Mesolithic and Early Neolithic, and the Serovo-Glazkovo, who date from the Middle through Late Neolithic to Bronze nuamooreaid.com: The Baikal Archaeology Project(BAP) is an international team of scholars investigating Middle Holocene (about to years before present) hunter-gatherers of the Lake Baikal region of Siberia, Russia. The Project focuses on long-term patterns of culture change in the context of dynamic interactions with the environment. The Baikal Archaeology Project is based at the University of. Bone Quality In Prehistoric, Cis-Baikal Forager Femora: A Micro-CT Analysis of Cortical Canal Microstructure to explore bone dynamics in prehistoric foragers from Lake Baikal, Siberia. Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia Andrzej Weber, Anne Katzenberg, Theodore Schurr Published by University of Pennsylvania Press Weber, Andrzej, et al. Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Life Ways. and is co-editor of Prehistoric Foragers of the CisBaikal Cited by:
The presence of large prehistoric cemeter-ies associated with hunter-gatherer cultures in the Cis-Baikal region offers the unique opportunity to investigate the feasibility of using the Sr-isotope method to study individual mobility patterns among foragers. Previous studies Cited by: In a previous examination of canid remains from the region, we proposed that Cis-Baikal foragers were burying select dogs and wolves because these animals had attained near-human status, and because the culturally appropriate way to care for such individuals at death that emerged during the Middle Holocene was interment in cemeteries. At the. The Lake Baikal region of Siberia was home to two temporally distinct populations from Early Neolithic, EN (– cal BP) to Late Neolithic-Early Bronze Age, LN-EBA (– cal BP).The EN group was separated from the LN-EBA group by a ~ year gap (hiatus), and during this hiatus no human remains have been recovered from the Lake Baikal nuamooreaid.com by: 3. Siberia's Lake Baikal region is an archaeologically unique and emerging area of hunter-gatherer research, offering insights into the complexity, variability, and dynamics of long-term culture change.
Book Description: Siberia's Lake Baikal region is an archaeologically unique and emerging area of hunter-gatherer research, offering insights into the complexity, . Hiatus in Prehistoric Chronology of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia I would agree that some problematic 14C dates, such as one from the Shamanskii Mys (“Khuzhir” in . Apr 05, · The Lake Baikal area of Eastern Siberia is rich in archaeological mortuary and habitation sites, excavations of which have produced not only large quantities of artefacts and human osteological material, but also substantial quantities of faunal nuamooreaid.com by: Skeletal growth in Early and Middle Holocene foragers from the Cis-Baikal region of East Siberia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. – Scharlotta I., Goriunova O.I., and Weber A.W. Microsampling of human bones for mobility studies: diagenetic impacts and potentials for elemental Andrzej Weber isotopic research.