Isotopic research in Altai Mountains

Mongolia and Altai were tightly connected in Upper, and, probably, Middle Paleolithic: crossing these regions people migratated throughout Central Asia and Southern Siberia. These migrations represent human dispersal, stimulated by several causes, including climate change and animal movements. Moving from one region to another, people would take animal bones, mineral and organic raw materials, personalContinue reading “Isotopic research in Altai Mountains”

Tolbor-21 – the Initial Upper Paleolithic site: new article in Quaternary International

Our new paper Evgeny P. Rybin, Cleantha N. Paine, Arina M. Khatsenovich, Tsedendorj Bolorbat, Sahra Talamo, Daria V. Marchenko, William Rendu, Alexei M. Klementiev, Davakhuu Odsuren, Byambaa Gunchinsuren, Nicolas Zwyns., 2020. A new Upper Paleolithic occupation at the site of Tolbor-21 (Mongolia): Site formation, human behavior and implications for the regional sequence appeared online inContinue reading “Tolbor-21 – the Initial Upper Paleolithic site: new article in Quaternary International”

Arina Khatsenovich gave a talk for Down Ancient Trails

Down Ancient Trails is the international archaeological forum, organized by Sharma Center for Heritage Education, India and supported by Leakey Foundation. It is the online platform for specialists in archaeological sciences and anthropology to share their research. A number of headliners in archaeology gave the talks about different subjects that they study. Shanti Pappu, theContinue reading “Arina Khatsenovich gave a talk for Down Ancient Trails”

Dr. Evgeny Rybin presented his degree work

As you know Russia keeps 2-step level of academician degree: candidate of science, an equivalent of PhD degree, and doctor of science. The last one is supposed to be the global result of long-term investigation. Evgeny Rybin has preliminary presented his doctoral dissertation “Regional variability of Initial Upper Paleolithic industries in Southern Siberia and easternContinue reading “Dr. Evgeny Rybin presented his degree work”