Два мужских погребения из кургана саргатской культуры: биоархеологический и палеогенетический обзор

Translated title of the contribution: Two male burials from the Sargat Culture Kurgan: Bio-archaeological and paleogenetic review

Svetlana Sharapova, Alexandr Pilipenko, Dmitry Razhev, Rostislav Trapezov, Stepan Cherdantsev

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Abstract

The publication continues the presentation of the Sargat culture materials and deals with field and desk-top investigation of two male burials found under barrow 6 in Gaevsky 1 cemetery (Trans-Urals, Tobol river basin). The analyzed assemblages are exceptional due to preservation (intact tombs), which provides each stage of the undertaken study with various information and bio-archaeological reconstructions. The paper is based on already published materials, which within interdisciplinary approach yields new data and interpretations, when already known materials are being considered from the general to the case study and from the distinct to the specific. Results of ancient DNA of the males under study are of particular interest. Their close kinship was not attested, while mtDNA and Y-chromosome were analyzed within Sargat genepool. Thus, life-style, social environment and cultural tradition can be seen as individual scope, similar to personality.

Translated title of the contributionTwo male burials from the Sargat Culture Kurgan: Bio-archaeological and paleogenetic review
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)353-378
Number of pages26
JournalStratum Plus
Volume2020
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Western Siberia
  • Early Iron Age
  • Sargat culture
  • elite burial
  • aDNA
  • bioarchaeological reconstruction
  • FOREST-STEPPE

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 6.01.BI ARCHAEOLOGY

State classification of scientific and technological information

  • 03 STORY. HISTORICAL SCIENCE
  • 03.41 Archaeology

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