This program deals with hunter-gatherer cultural change and
continuity in the Middle Holocene of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia. From
about 9000 to 3000 BP, the Baikal area was successively inhabited
by two major groups-the Kitoi, who date to the Late Mesolithic and
Early Neolithic, and the Serovo-Glazkovo, who date from the Middle
through Late Neolithic to Bronze Age. A distinct feature is a
discontinuity separating the groups. Eleven papers highlight the
interdisciplinary and international nature of the project and an
important introduction to Russian perspectives.
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