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G. Bar-Oz, A. Belfer-Cohen, T. Meshveliani, N. Jakeli, Z. Matskevich, and O. Bar-Yosef. Bear in Mind: Bear Hunting in the Mesolithic of the Southern Caucasus p. 15 – 24.
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V.D. Kubarev. Two Bronze Age Steles in Gorny Altai p. 34 – 38.
T. Takeuchi, L.N. Mylnikova, S.P. Nesterov, N.A. Kulik, E.I. Derevianko, S.V. Alkin, and K. Nakamura. Electron Probe Microanalysis of the Paste from Ceramics of the Far East p. 39 – 51.
E.I. Narozhny and F.B. Narozhnaya. Eurasian Coins of the 13th century from the Northern Caucasus p. 52 – 61.
A.A. Karpukhin. Absolute Dendrochronological Scales of Archaeological Sites in European Russia p. 62 – 70.
M.I. Kulakova. A Dendrochronological Analysis of Wood from Pskov p. 71 – 76.
O.A. Tarabardina. Dendrochronological Studies of Medieval Novgorod (Based on the Findings of Archaeological Excavations 1991–2006) p. 77 – 84.
D.V. Cheremisin. On the Semantics of Animal Style Ornithomorphic Images in Pazyryk Ritual Artifacts p. 85 – 94.
A.V. Baulo. Treasures of the Sacred River p. 95 – 100.
A.A. Badmaev. Everyday Diet of the Buryats in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries p. 101 – 109.
D.G. Korovushkin. The Ethnic Environment of Diasporas in Western Siberia p. 110 – 117.
E.A. Volzhanina. Demography of the Siberian Nenets in the First Third of the 20th Century p. 118 – 128.
Modern Altai Crafts p. 129 – 135.
I.I. Gokhman and A.V. Gromov. Human Crania from the Tes Burial Ground, Kamenka III: The Analysis of Metric and Nonmetric Traits p. 136 – 145.
A.L. Purundzhan and I. Borovsky. Analysis of Temporal Anthropometric Changes in Various Groups of Israeli Males p. 146 – 150.
The International Conference on the Neolithic of the Sea of Japan Basin (Vladivostok, 17–18 March, 2008), dedicated to the centenary of the prominent Russian archaeologist Aleksey Pavlovich Okladnikov, was co-sponsored by academic institutions in Russia and Japan. The Conference addressed a wide range of archaeological issues including paleoenvironmental reconstruction, computer modeling, the potential of GIS technologies, and A.P. Okladnikov’s contribution to Far Eastern and world prehistory. p. 151 – 153.
Natalia Borisovna Chernykh p. 154 – 155.
Vladimir Pavlovich Mylnikov p. 156 – 157.