Peer-reviewed articles

Selected published works


•Rybin E.P., Paine C.H., Khatsenovich A.M., Bolorbat Ts., Talamo S., Marchenko D.V., Rendu W., Klementiev A.M., Odsuren D., Gillam C.J., Gunchinsuren B., Zwyns N., 2020. A new Upper Paleolithic occupation at the site of Tolbor-21 (Mongolia): Site formation, human behavior and implications for the regional sequence // Quaternary International.

•Krivoshapkin A.I., Khatsenovich A.M., Rybin E.P., Olsen J.W., 2020. Current research on prehistoric Central Asia, Quaternary International. Editorial.

•Khatsenovich A.M., Shelepaev R.A., Rybin E.P., Shelepov Ya. Yu., Marchenko D.V., Odsuren D., Gunchinsuren B., Olsen J.W., 2020. Long distance transport and use of mica in the Initial Upper Paleolithic of Central Asia: an example from the Kharganyn Gol 5 site (northern Mongolia) // Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 31, E:102307.

•Rybin E.P., Khatsenovich A.M., 2020.  Middle and Upper Paleolithic Levallois technology in eastern Central Asia // Quaternary International 535, 117–138.


•Khatsenovich A.M., Rybin E.P., Bazargur D., Marchenko D.V., Kogai S.A., Shevchenko T.A., Klementiev A., Gunchinsuren B. & Olsen J.W., 2019. Middle Palaeolithic human dispersal in Central Asia: new archaeological investigations in the Orkhon Valley, Mongolia // Antiquity 93(370), e20

•Zwyns N., Paine C.H., Bolorbat Ts., Talamo S., Fitzsimmons K.E., Angaragdulguun G., Lkhundev G., Odsuren D., Flas D. , Dogandžić T., Doerschner N., Welker F., Gillam J.Ch., Noyer J.B., Bakhtiary R.S., Allshouse A.F., Smith K.N., Khatsenovich A.M., Rybin E.P., Gunchinsuren B. & J.-J. Hublin, 2019. The northern route for human dispersal in Central and Northeast Asia: new evidence from the site of Tolbor-16, Mongolia // Scientific Reports 9, 11759.

•Slavinsky V.S., Rybin E.P., Khatsenovich A.M., Belousova N.E., 2019. Intentional fragmentation of blades in the initial upper Paleolithic industries of the Kara-Bom site (Altai, Russia), Archaeological Research in Asia 17, 50–61.


Khatsenovich A.M., Rybin E.P., Gunchinsuren B., Olsen J.W., Shelepaev R.A., Bolorbat Ts., Zotkina L.V., Popov A.Yu., Odsuren D., 2017. New evidence for Paleolithic human behavior in Mongolia: the Kharganyn Gol 5 site // Quaternary International 442, 78-94.

•Slavinskiy V.S., Rybin E.P., Belousova N.E., Fedorchenko A.Yu., Khatsenovich A.M., Anoikin A.A., 2017. Specific technique of core platform preparation in the Initial Upper Palaeolithic of South Siberia and Central Asia, Stratum Plus: Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology, 1: 221-244.


•Rybin, E.P., Khatsenovich, A.M., Gunchinsuren, B., Olsen, J.W., Zwyns, N., 2016. The impact of the LGM on the development of the Upper Paleolithic in Mongolia, Quaternary International, 425: 69-87.


•Zwyns N., Gladyshev S., Gunchinsuren B., Bolorbat Ts., Flas D., Dogandzic T., Tabarev A., Gillam J.C., Khatsenovich A., McPherron Sh., Odsuren D., Paine C., Purevjal Kh., Stewart J., 2014. The open-air site of Tolbor 16 (northern Mongolia): preliminary results and perspectives, Quaternary International, 347: 53-65.

•Rybin E.P., 2014. Tools, beads and migrations: specific cultural traits in the Initial Upper Paleolithic of Southern Siberia and Central Asia // Quaternary International 347, 39–52.


•Derevianko, A.P., Rybin, E.P., Gladyshev, S.A., Gunchinsuren, B., Tsybankov, A.A., Olsen, J.W., 2013. Developments of technological traditions of lithic tool manufacture in the lithic industries of the Early Upper Paleolithic in Northern Mongolia (on the materials from the sites of Tolbor-4 and -15) // Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 56, 21-37.


•Zwyns, N., Rybin, E.P., Hublin, J.-J., Derevianko, A.P., 2012. Burin-core technology and laminar reduction sequence in the initial Upper Paleolithic from Kara-Bom (Gorny-Altai, Siberia) // Quaternary International 259, 33–47.

•Derevianko, A.P., Xing, G., Olsen, J.W., Rybin, E.P., 2012. The Paleolithic of Dzungaria (Xinjiang, Northwest China) based on materials from the Luotuoshi Site // Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 40, 2-18.

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