THE JUSTIFICATIONS FOR THE EARLY GEOMETRIC MICROLYTS AGE IN THE WESTERN CENTRAL ASIA

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Колобова, К.А.; Кривошапкин, А.И.; Шнайдер, С.В.; Шалагина, А.В.;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Altai State University
  • Journal: Теория и практика археологических исследований (issn: 2307-2539, eissn: 2307-2539)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.14258/tpai(2018)1(21).-11
  • Subject: Geometric microliths | негеометрические микролиты | Scalene | абсолютный возраст | Central Asia | Absolute Age | геометрические микролиты | Центральная Азия | Non-geometric microliths | неравносторонние треугольники

На современном этапе развития археологической науки геометрические микролиты рассматриваются как важные хозяйственные, культурные и хронологические маркеры, появление которых в археологических коллекциях свидетельствует об использовании композитных орудий, о повышении с... View more
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