Radiocarbon chronology of Neolithic in the Lower Don and North-eastern Azov Sea

Authors

  • Andrey Tsybryi The Don archaeological society
  • Viktor Tsybryi The Don archaeological society
  • Ekaterina Dolbunova The State Hermitage Museum, The department of archaeology of Eastern Europe and Siberia, Saint-Petersburg
  • Andrey Mazurkevich The State Hermitage Museum
  • Marianna Kulkova Herzen State Pedagogical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.44.13

Keywords:

Neolithic, chronology, earliest pottery, Lower Don, North-Eastern Azov Sea

Abstract

So far, four different cultural-chronological groups of sites have been identified in the North-eastern Azov Sea and Lower Don River areas, including sites of the Rakushechny Yar culture, Matveev Kurgan culture, Donets culture, and sites of the Caspian-Ciscaucasian region. An analysis of all known dates, as well as the contexts and stratigraphies of the sites, allowed us to form a new perspective of the chronology of southern Russia, to revise the chronology of this region, and change the concept of unreliability of dates for this area.

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Published

27.12.2017

How to Cite

Tsybryi, A., Tsybryi, V., Dolbunova, E., Mazurkevich, A., & Kulkova, M. (2017). Radiocarbon chronology of Neolithic in the Lower Don and North-eastern Azov Sea. Documenta Praehistorica, 44, 204–223. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.44.13

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