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Овруцький варіант епігравету Східної Європи

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dc.contributor.author Залізняк, Леонід
dc.date.accessioned 2018-04-27T11:05:24Z
dc.date.available 2018-04-27T11:05:24Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Залізняк Л. Л. Овруцький варіант епігравету Східної Європи / Л. Л. Залізняк // Археологія : науковий журнал. - 2017. - № 1. - С. 3-16. uk_UA
dc.identifier.uri http://ekmair.ukma.edu.ua/handle/123456789/12893
dc.description.abstract Стаття присвячена нещодавно окресленій групі своєрідних верхньопалеолітичних пам’яток Овруцького кряжа, що на півночі Житомирщини. Підсумовуються результати дослідження палеоліту Овруччини протягом ХХ та початку ХХІ ст. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract The group of hunters’ sites of the end of the glacial epoch is inspected on Ovruch plateau in Zhytomyr region by the Expedition of the Institute of Archaeology of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences under L.L. Zaliznyak’s direction in 2016. Zhelon, Zhelon 2, Zhelon 3, Hayevychi, Pishchanytsia, and Kosuli sites were discovered a few years before by the Ovruch Expedition of the IA NASU under the direction of A.P. Tomashevskyi. Flint artefacts were deposited on arable surface of plateau’s ridge in north-eastern part of Ovruch range over 6,0-7,0 km along the plateau’s ridge above Ovruch-Slovechno road. The new perspective Kelembet site with an expressive collection of Epigravettian type flint was discovered and inspected when the expedition studied the sites for the second time in 2016. The geological position of artefacts (directly under the modern soil), as well as the typology of tools, allow the author to preliminary date the finds back to the Final Palaeolithic, approximately 14-12 thousand years ago, that is to the period of mammoths’ extinction in Europe. The sites presented a standard flint inventory of Epigravettian type. The finds’ repeatability gives grounds for supposition that the sites were left by kin groups of hunting population who periodically returned to traditional places of seasonal nomad camps. The author assumes that sites mentioned were left by the hunters specialized on mammoths and other gregarious herbivorous species of the Ice Age steppe. Repeated finds of corresponding fauna bone remains in ravines located near the sites testify for that. In particular, a mammoth’s tusk with a chevron pattern engraved on it was found in a ravine near Klynets Village by V.A. Mesiats in 1955. There is a reason to state not only that the known today Final Palaeolithic sites in Ovruch region were synchronous and belonged to a single culture, but also that they belonged to a single original Ovruch local variant of Epigravettian, which is dated by the Final Palaeolithic period, about 14-12 thousand years ago. Epigravettian population from North Ukraine disappeared suddenly in the period of the European mammoth population’s extinction about 13-12 thousand years ago, not having left genetic descendants. The historic destiny of Epigravettian mammoth hunters in Northern Ukraine remains to be an unsolved problem of Ukrainian Palaeolithic. en_US
dc.language.iso uk uk_UA
dc.subject верхній палеоліт uk_UA
dc.subject епігравет uk_UA
dc.subject Овруцький кряж uk_UA
dc.subject крем’яний інвентар uk_UA
dc.subject стаття uk_UA
dc.title Овруцький варіант епігравету Східної Європи uk_UA
dc.title.alternative Ovruch version of Eastern Europeian epigravettian en_US
dc.type Article uk_UA
dc.status first published uk_UA
dc.relation.source Археологія : науковий журнал uk_UA


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