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Marmot incisors and bear tooth pendants in Volosovo hunter-gatherer burials. New radiocarbon and stable isotope data from the Sakhtysh complex, Upper-Volga region

Journal article
Authors Aija Macane
K. Nordqvist
E. Kostyleva
Published in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Volume 26
ISSN 2352-409X
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Historical Studies
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.10...
Keywords Central European Russia, Hunter-gatherer burials, Radiocarbon dating, Stable bulk isotopes, Stone Age, Volosovo culture
Subject categories Archaeology

Abstract

This article examines Volosovo period chronology at the hunter-gatherer settlement and burial sites Sakhtysh II and IIa (Upper-Volga area, Russia) by presenting 15 new AMS and stable bulk isotope (EA-IRMS; δ13C, δ15N, %C, %N, C:N ratio) measurements of animal bones and teeth from ritual contexts, as well as the first published AMS-dated charred organic residues on Volosovo pottery. The results confirm some recently presented views about chronology and further contradict the use sequence previously proposed for the sites. The discrepancies may be partially related to freshwater reservoir effect (FRE), but mostly to the problems in the quality and context of the conventional datings. The results are also briefly discussed in the background of general Volosovo chronology. © 2019 Elsevier Ltd

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