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Chronological Complexes of the 20th Kuzkino Station in the Lower Kama River Region

Journal: Povolzhskaya Arkheologiya (The Volga River Region Archaeology) (Vol.1, No. 3)

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Page : 113-125

Keywords : the Middle Volga river region; the Kuybyshev water reservoir; the Neolithic; the Eneolithic; the Bronze Age; the Early Iron Age; habitation site; pottery; ornamental motifs; stone tools;

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The materials of the 20th Kuz'kino habitation site, now destroyed by the waters of the Kuybyshev reservoir are published in the article. The resource was surveyed in 1965, surface finds being represented by pottery and stone tools. The pottery assemblage and stone tools had been left mainly by the Kama Neolithic culture population. This period of habitation is the earliest and can be dated to the first half of the 4th millennium BC. Besides, there are artifacts associated with the cultures of the Eneolithic and Bronze period (Volosovo, Lugovskoye, Maklasheevka) and the Early Iron Age (Textile Fabric-Marked Ware and Ananyino cultures).

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