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ЛЕВАЛЛУА-МУСТЬЕРСКИЕ КОМПЛЕКСЫ НИЖНЕГО СИНДА (ПАКИСТАН) И ИХ ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ В СРЕДНЕМ ПАЛЕОЛИТЕ ИНДИЙСКОГО СУБКОНТИНЕНТА

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Результаты исследований, проводившиеся в последние годы в Индостане, Центральной Азии, Ближнем Востоке и на Аравийском п-ове, расширили представления о среднем палеолите этих регионов. Однако крайний юго-восток ареала леваллуазского мустье пока изучен плохо. Типично леваллуазские индустрии обнаружены в Иране, Афганистане и Узбекистане, однако они почти неизвестны на индийском субконтиненте (исключение представляют Нижний Синд и долина Инда). Материалы Онгара и других стоянок Нижнего Синда позволяют реконструировать возможные юго-восточные пути расселения неандертальцев, которым, вероятно, принадлежали эти индустрии.

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П. Бьяджи
Отдел по изучению Азии и Северной Африки Университета Ка’Фоскари, Венеция, Италия Department of Asian and North African Studies, Ca’ Foscari University Ca’ Cappello, San Polo 2035, I-30125 Venezia, Italy
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Э. Старнини
Национальный музей предыстории Бальци Росси, Генуя, Италия National Prehistoric Museum of Balzi Rossi, Archaeological Superintendency of Liguria Via Balbi 10, I-16126 Genova, Italy
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Бьяджи П., Старнини Э. ЛЕВАЛЛУА-МУСТЬЕРСКИЕ КОМПЛЕКСЫ НИЖНЕГО СИНДА (ПАКИСТАН) И ИХ ПОЛОЖЕНИЕ В СРЕДНЕМ ПАЛЕОЛИТЕ ИНДИЙСКОГО СУБКОНТИНЕНТА. Археология, этнография и антропология Евразии. 2014;57(1):18-32.

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Biagi P., Starnini E. THE LEVALLOIS MOUSTERIAN ASSEMBLAGES OF SINDH (PAKISTAN) AND THEIR RELATIONS WITH THE MIDDLE PALEOLITHIC OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT. Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia. 2014;57(1):18-32. (In Russ.)

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