A.P. Derevianko. The Origin of Anatomically Modern Humans and their Behavior in Africa and Eurasia p. 2 – 31.
S. Bar and D. Rosenberg. Newly Discovered Yarmukian and Wadi Rabah Sites in the Southern Jordan Valley and the Desert Fringes of Samaria during the 7th and 6th Millennia BC: Preliminary Report p. 32 – 39.
V.I. Molodin, L.N. Mylnikova, O.I. Novikova, I.A. Durakov, L.S. Kobeleva, N.S. Efremova, and A.I. Soloviev. Periodization of Bronze Age Cultures in the Ob–Irtysh Forest-Steppe: The Stratigraphic Position of Early and Middle Bronze Age Burials at Tartas-1 p. 40 – 56.
A. Gass. Early Iron Age Burials in Southeastern Zhetysu: The Geoarchaeological Evidence p. 57 – 69.
A.F. Shorin and A.A. Shorina. Stratigraphy and Relative Chronology of the Neolithic Assemblages at the Koksharovsky Kholm Sanctuary p. 70 – 77.
P.K. Dashkovskiy and I.A. Usova. Pazyryk Burial at Khankarinsky Dol in the Northwestern Altai p. 78 – 84.
S.S. Kalieva and V.N. Logvin. On the Origins of Nomadism in the Asian Steppes p. 85 – 93.
A.M. Murygin. Medieval Sanctuary at Eshmess Cave in the Pechora Urals p. 94 – 103.
O.V. Kardash. “Priest’s Staff” from Fort Nadym of the 16th–17th Centuries p. 104 – 112.
I.M. Berdnikov. Wooden Pectoral Cross from a Burial at the Spassky Necropolis of the 18th Century in Irkutsk p. 113 – 119.
E.A. Okladnikova. Latticed Petroglyphs of Mount Kalbak-Tash, Gorny Altai p. 120 – 127.
T.I. Chudova. Food Symbolism in the Context of Komi (Zyrians) Wedding Rituals p. 128 – 134.
O.I. Kurto. Zheltuga Republic: The Case of Social Development at the Chinese-Russian Border p. 135 – 142.
A.V. Zubova. The Dentition of the Alakul People, with Reference to their Origin p. 143 – 153.
Professor Jakov Sher celebrates his 80th year p. 154 – 156.