A.P. Derevianko. Three Scenarios of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition. Scenario 1: The Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition in Northern Asia p. 2 – 32.
S.A. Gladyshev, J.W. Olsen, A.V. Tabarev, and Y.V. Kuzmin. Chronology and Periodization of Upper Paleolithic Sites in Mongolia p. 33 – 40.
H.W. Lee. Projectile Points and their Implications p. 41 – 49.
I.V. Schmidt. The “Malta Realism”: On Interpreting Siberian Anthropomorphic Figurines from the Upper Paleolithic p. 50 – 57.
V.I. Molodin and A.V. Neskorov. Private Collection of Seima-Turbino Bronzes from the Irtysh: The Tragedy of a Unique Site Destroyed by Unauthorized Excavations p. 58 – 71.
N.A. Berseneva. Sargat Burial Sites in the Middle Irtysh Area: A Gender Analysis p. 72 – 81.
M.G. Ivanova and I.V. Zhurbin. The Archaeological and Geophysical Study of Defense Works p. 82 – 91.
S.G. Skobelev. Yenisei Kyrgyz “Forts” in the Russian Reports of the 17th Century and the Archaeological Reality p. 92 – 98.
Vl.A. Semenov. The Wusun in Northeastern Central Asia p. 99 – 110.
A.A. Badmaev. Eighteenth Century Trends in the Development of Buryat Clothing p. 111 – 120.
Field Trip by B.N. Gorodkov and G.M. Dmitirev-Sadovnikov to the Vakh River Valley in 1913 p. 121 – 134.
T.S. Baluyeva, E.V. Veselovskaya, and A.V. Rasskazova. A Comparison of the Medieval and Modern Populations of the Novgorod Region, Based on Facial Reconstruction p. 135 – 144.
S.L. Sankina. The Origin of the Late Medieval Population of the Novgorod Republic (13th–16th Centuries), Based on Craniometric Data p. 145 – 153.
Celebrating Alexander Bobrinsky’s 80th Year p. 154 – 155.