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The Kashmir Diary

... different historical periods. In 2015, the Russian part of the group was as follows: N. V. Polosmak, Project Director; O. A. Pozdnyakova, a researcher; L. P. Kundo, a restorer; and E. Yu. Pankeeva, an interpreter, all from the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography (Novosibirsk); P. G. Dyad’kov and L. V. Tsibizov, researchers from the Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics (Novosibirsk); E. V. Kravchenko, a geodetic engineer; and G. Dolgovykh, a student. On the ...

Modified: 28.02.2019
archaeology , Altai , Kashmir valley , Kushan period , ancient migration routes , ceramics
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Himalayan Riders: Eye-Witness Report

Natalia V. POLOSMAK , Corresponding Member RAS, Doctor of History, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SB RAS (Novosibirsk). In June 2017, a Russian-Indian archaeological team worked in the Pir Panjal Range, western part of the Inner Himalayan region. Its mission was to seek and record stone horses, enigmatic sculptures lost ...

Modified: 03.11.2017
Jammu and Kashmir , Himalayas , stone sculptures , Ephthalites , The Alchon Huns , Huns , archaeology , laser scanning , point cloud , 3D model of the objects , virtual reconstruction , interactive application
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Clubs or Coffin Handles?

The high penetration ability of X-ray radiation gives researchers a unique opportunity to study objects without destroying them; therefore, these studies are often the only means to examine the internal structure of substances in medicine, geology, archaeology, and other fields. X-ray microscopy has made it possible to obtain data on the structure of an object with micron and submicron resolutions in a few fractions of a second. Researchers of the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS (Novosibirsk) ...

Modified: 17.12.2015
synchrotron radiation , Noin-Ula mounds , X-ray microscopy , X-ray crystallography , archaeology , tumulus
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On the Time Axis

On June 22-26, 2015, Novosibirsk Akademgorodok became a venue for the international symposium on Multidisciplinary Approach in Archaeology: Latest Results and Prospects. The organizers were the  Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SB RAS , Eurasian Department of the  German Archaeological Institute , and  Novosibirsk State University . This was the third time that this ...

Modified: 04.09.2015
archaeology , symposium , multidisciplinary approach , evolution , radiocarbon dating , paleogenetics
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Complete the Work of the Heavens

... Chengzuo. Changsha guwu wenjianji. Xuji (Record of Ancient Things Seen in Changsha. Continuation). Zhonghua shuju, 1996 (in Chinese). Hong Shi. Productions and Management of the Lacquer Industry during the Warring States, Qin and Han Periods // Chinese Archaeology. 2006. Vol. 6. P. 152—158. The photographs are the courtesy of M. Vlasenko, L. Kundo, and S. Zelenskiy This work was conducted within the framework of a joint project of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Academy ...

Modified: 14.04.2015
archaeology , Xiongnu , Noin-Ula , lacquer , cups , er bei
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New Siberian Archaeology

... of institute’s workers have become a part of the capital of Russian and world archeology, which is illustrated by a number of prestigious scientific awards, given to Siberian scientists. A.P. Derevyanko, RAS academician, a prominent scientist in archaeology and ancient history, the Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SB RAS The findings and discoveries of scientists of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SB RAS in the last two decades are unique with no exaggeration....

Modified: 25.04.2007
Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SB RAS , archaeology , Siberia
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Keep Forever. The First Publication from A.P. Okladnikov's Personal Archives

... great indefatigable toiler. Aleksei OKLADNIKOV (1908–1981) is an archaeologist, historian, and ethnographer, Academician of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Hero of Socialist Labor. In 1938–1961 he worked at the Leningrad Department of the Institute of Archaeology, USSR Academy of Sciences. Since 1961, was head of the Department of Humanitarian Research at the Institute of Economics of the Siberian Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences (SB AS USSR); since 1966, director of the Institute of History,...

Modified: 30.10.2006
Aleksei Okladnikov , personal archive , archaeology , Yakutia
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In Search for Treasures of Hero Khara-Jia-Jun. Unpublished Works of S.I. Rudenko

... population. Having left the gymnasium in the city of Perm, Rudenko became a student of the physical-mathematical faculty of St. Petersburg University. In 1910, after graduating from the University, he went abroad to improve his knowledge of anthropology and archaeology. He worked in laboratories and museums of Paris. In the following years S. I. Rudenko, who lectured, as a privat-docent, at the physical-mathematical faculty of Petrograd University, was engaged in ethnographic studies in the Ufa province....

Modified: 30.10.2006
Sergei Rudenko , archaeology , treasures , Tangut
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The Paleolithic Childhood of the Altai

... late summer 2005, Paleolithic archaeologists from various countries of the world met in the valley of the Cherny Anui River in the Altai. The comfortable camp equipped with all modern conveniences which is a summer research camp of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography hosted a Symposium dedicated to important topics of human prehistory These beautiful places, having been populated since the remote past, invited the Symposium participants for discussions. The picturesque and homey Anui ...

Modified: 30.01.2006
archaeology , symposium , finds , discoveries
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"MINI" Artifacts: Archaeological Hot News from Dagestan

... Sea coast, in hot Dagestan. It is not accidental that scholars investigated that distant area: archaeological research has been under way in that Caucasian Republic for three years already. The joint project is executed by the Novosibirsk Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with scholars from the Moscow Institute of Archaeology, the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology and the Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences....

Modified: 30.01.2006
archaeology , Darvagchai , excavations , Oldowan culture
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Siberian Archaeologists Have Been Awarded the State Prize

The President of the Russian Federation in his Decree as of June 6, 2005 awarded our authors, Academician Vyacheslav Molodin and Doctor of History Natalya Polosmak, the State Prize of the Russian Federation for 2004 in Science and Technology for discovering and studying the unique complexes of the Pazyryk culture of the 4th-3d centuries BC in the Gorny Altai. As a result of several archaeological expeditions which took place in the remote districts of Gorny Altai in 1990—1995 the Siberian archaeologists...

Modified: 30.05.2005
Asia , tattoo , archaeology , Altai
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A New Step in Evolution Studies

Two years ago fifteen Russian experts in Earth and natural sciences came to the Denisova Cave in Altai, a test site of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography (Novosibirsk), seeking for a consensus in their views and approaches to the origin and evolution of life on the Earth, a key universal problem. The meeting was a starting point for the program “Biosphere origin and evolution” ...

Modified: 30.05.2005
archaeology , Denisova Cave
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The Necropolis of the Intractable

Isle Bolshoi Ussuriiskii extends along the Amur for miles and miles. It is unique both because of its length and due to the cultural layer discovered by archaeologists at the depth of a meter and a half. The Jurchens buried their dead there. Priamurye and Primorye were the homeland for that people, the people that expanded southward and made the present-day Peking one of the capitals of their Golden Empire. The Jurchens of the epoch of developed democracy and victorious campaigns instilled terror...

Modified: 30.05.2005
Jurchens , Middle Ages , Amur , burials , burial grounds , archaeology , belt , necklace , beads
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Discovery of Siberia

The first people came to the territory of Siberia more than half a million years ago and by the end of the Ancient Stone Age they populated the whole Northern Asia. It is the ancient age and the level of development of Siberian Paleolithic cultures that makes it possible for us to speak about Siberia as one of the centers of development of modern mankind Ages passed: the Iron Age came after the Stone Age… The Vivid original cultures of early nomads formed on the vast expanses of Siberia in the...

Modified: 30.01.2005
Siberia , expedition , archaeology
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"I have the Soul of a Nomad"

Anatoly Panteleevich DEREVYANKO is a leading Russian researcher in the field of archaeology and ancient history. The comprehensive expeditions he led helped discover over a thousand ancient settlements. The unique knowledge gained of the ancient history of Eurasia was summarized in more than 80 monographs and 700 papers published ...

Modified: 30.01.2005
archaeology , Academy of Sciences , The Demidov Prize , Derevyanko , Mongolia
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