МАТЕРИАЛЫ КОНЦА СРЕДНЕГО – НАЧАЛА ВЕРХНЕГО ПАЛЕОЛИТА ИЗ ПЕЩЕРЫ ВИНДИЯ (СЕВЕРО-ЗАПАДНАЯ ХОРВАТИЯ) И ИХ МЕСТО В ПАЛЕОЛИТЕ ЦЕНТРАЛЬНОЙ ЕВРОПЫ И АДРИАТИКИ

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Аннотация

В работе приводится краткая история изучения материалов конца среднего – начала верхнего палеолита из пещеры Виндия. Освещаются альтернативные интерпретации этого явления с различных позиций (археологических, палеоантропологических и генетических) в контексте других континентальных и средиземноморских (адриатических) стоянок. Констатируются незначительные различия между переходными индустриями Виндии и комплексами Восточной Адриатики. Альтернативные объяснения и новые данные раскопок последних лет позволяют дискутировать о принципах взаимодействия неандертальцев и ранних Homo Sapiens в Центральной Европе и Адриатике.


Об авторах

И. Караванич
Университет Загреба, Хорватия University of Zagreb Ivana Lučića, 3, Zagreb, HR – 10000, Croatia
Хорватия

профессор



Ф. Х. Смит
Университет штата Иллинойс, США Illinois State University Campus Box 4660, Schroeder Hall 332, Normal, IL 61790-4660, USA
Соединённые Штаты Америки

профессор



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Для цитирования: Караванич И., Смит Ф.Х. МАТЕРИАЛЫ КОНЦА СРЕДНЕГО – НАЧАЛА ВЕРХНЕГО ПАЛЕОЛИТА ИЗ ПЕЩЕРЫ ВИНДИЯ (СЕВЕРО-ЗАПАДНАЯ ХОРВАТИЯ) И ИХ МЕСТО В ПАЛЕОЛИТЕ ЦЕНТРАЛЬНОЙ ЕВРОПЫ И АДРИАТИКИ. Археология, этнография и антропология Евразии. 2013;56(4):11-20.

For citation: Karavanić I., Smith F.H. ALTERNATIVE INTERPRETATIONS OF THE MIDDLE/UPPER PALEOLITHIC INTERFACE AT VINDIJA CAVE (NORTHWESTERN CROATIA) IN THE CONTEXT OF CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE ADRIATIC. Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia. 2013;56(4):11-20. (In Russ.)

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