ISSN 1563 0110
O.V. Yanshina, S.Y. Lev, and P.E. Belousov. “Ceramics” from the Zaraysk Upper Paleolithic Site p. 3 – 15.
A.F. Shorin. Koksharovsky Kholm and Chertova Gora, Two Neolithic Sanctuaries in the Ural and in Western Siberia: Similarities and Differences p. 16 – 25.
A.Y. Tarasov. Technical and Morphological Model of Chalcolithic Chopping Tools of the Russian-Karelian Type from Karelia and the Upper Volga Region p. 26 – 34.
L.R. Bikmulina, A.S. Yakimov, V.S. Mosin, and А.I. Bazhenov. Geochemical Soil Analysis and Environmental Reconstructions at the Neolithic and Chalcolithic Settlement Kochegarovo-1 in the Forest-Steppe Zone of Western Siberia p. 35 – 44.
E.N. Chernykh, O.N. Korochkova, and L.B. Orlovskaya. Issues in the Calendar Chronology of the Seima-Turbino Transcultural Phenomenon p. 45 – 55.
E.V. Goldina. Beads in the Finno-Ugric Women’s Costume: The Evidence of Tarasovo Cemetery on the Middle Kama (0–500 AD) p. 56 – 61.
I.V. Zhurbin and A.N. Fedorina. Comprehensive Geophysical Studies at the Suzdal Opolye Settlements p. 62 – 70.
T.B. Nikitina, K.A. Rudenko, and S.Y. Alibekov. Metal Bowls from a Medieval Cemetery at Rusenikha p. 71 – 77.
V.V. Bobrov and L.Y. Bobrova. Newly Discovered Bronze Artifacts of the Scythian Period from Archekas Mountain, Kuznetsk Alatau p. 78 – 86.
A.A. Tishkin and Y.V. Frolov. Bronze Age Axes from the Forest-Steppe Altai p. 87 – 96.
E.A. Kashina and N.M. Chairkina. Wooden Paddles from Trans-Urals and from Eastern and Western European Peat-Bog Sites p. 97 – 106.
A.P. Borodovsky. A Golden Plaque of the Hellenistic Period from Zeravshan, Uzbekistan p. 107 – 112.
S.P. Nesterov. Albazin, a Russian Town on the Amur: Population Size in the Late 1600s p. 113 – 122.
M.I. Vasiliev. The Variation of Russian Festive Ritualism in Russian Ethnography p. 123 – 131.
T.I. Dronova. Ust-Tsilma Female Headdress: Description and Use (Mid-19th to Early 21st Century) p. 132 – 141.
A.Y. Mainicheva, V.V. Talapov, and Zhang Guanying. Principles of the Information Modeling of Cultural Heritage Objects: The Case of Wooden Buddhist Temples p. 142 – 148.
A.Y. Khudaverdyan and S.G. Hobosyan. Cranial Injuries in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Population of the Shnogh River Basin, Armenia p. 149 – 157.