This paper presents the results obtained from the study of the Late Bronze Age interments and artifacts associated with the Grishkina Zaimka burial ground (Western Siberia). Culturally and chronologically, these finds and features have been attributed to the eastern variant of the Pakhomovskaya culture. Data derived from morphological analysis of vessels enabled identification of representatives of two pottery traditions who coexisted within the same region. It has been found that the described complex designates the initial phase of infiltration of the Pakhomovskaya population into the Baraba forest-steppe, and the beginning of its mixing with the autochthonous cultural groups.
|Журнал||Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 1 мар 2015|