ISSN 1563 0110
A.P. Derevianko. Levantine Middle Pleistocene Blade Industries p. 3 – 26.
S. Shidrang, F. Biglari, J.-G. Bordes, and J. Jaubert. Continuity and Change in the Late Pleistocene Lithic Industries of the Central Zagros: A Typo-Technological Analysis of Lithic Assemblages from Ghar-E Khar Cave, Bisotun, Iran p. 27 – 38.
V.S. Slavinsky, E.P. Rybin, and N.E. Belousova. Variation in Middle and Upper Paleolithic Reduction Technology at Kara-Bom, the Altai Mountains: Refi tting Studies p. 39 – 50.
M. Fajer, E. Foltyn, and J.M. Waga. Different Models of Settlement of the Upper Paleolithic Cultures in the Northern Foreland of the Moravian Gate (Central Europe) p. 51 – 64.
A.V. Epimakhov and N.A. Berseneva. Metal-Production, Mortuary Ritual, and Social Identity: The Evidence of Sintashta Burials, Southern Urals p. 65 – 71.
S.N. Skochina and Y.V. Kostomarova. The Function of Pebble-Tools from Late Bronze Age Sites in the Tobol Forest-Steppe: An Experimental Traceological Analysis p. 72 – 81.
A.A. Kovalev, D. Erdenebaatar, and I.V. Rukavishnikova. A Ritual Complex with Deer Stones at Uushigiin Uvur, Mongolia: Composition and Construction Stages (Based on the 2013 Excavations) p. 82 – 92.
V.V. Zaykov, L.T. Yablonsky, P.K. Dashkovsky, V.A. Kotlyarov, E.V. Zaykova, and A.M. Yuminov. Platinoid Microinclusions of a Native Osmium Group in Ancient Gold Artifacts from Siberia and the Urals as a Source of Geoarchaeological Information p. 93 – 103.
A.G. Brusnitsyna and N.V. Fedorova. “Protecting the Mistress”: A Plaque with an Anthropomorphic Representation, from Shuryshkary, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District p. 104 – 113.
M.P. Chernaya. What History Says Versus What Archaeology Shows: Sources and Methods in the Study of Russian Culture in Siberia p. 114 – 122.
E.T. Shev. The Introduction of the Domesticated Horse in Southwest Asia p. 123 – 136.
I.R. Atnagulov. The Nagaybaks: From Social Stratum to Ethnic Group (the Origins of Ethnic Identity) p. 137 – 146.
N.I. Khaldeyeva, S.V. Vasiliev, E.V. Akimova, A.Y. Vasiliev, N.I. Drozdov, N.V. Kharlamova, I.S. Zorina, V.V. Petrovskaya, and N.G. Perova. An Upper Paleolithic Mandible from Listvenka, Siberia: A Revision p. 147 – 156.