Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East)

Yaroslav V. Kuzmin, Alexander A. Vasilevski, Sergei V. Gorbunov, G. S. Burr, A. J Timothy Jull, Lyobov A. Orlova, Olga A. Shubina

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A chronological framework for the prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island is presented based on 160 radiocarbon dates from 74 sites. The earliest 14C-dated site, Ogonki 5, corresponds to the Upper Paleolithic, about 19,500-17,800 BP. According to the 14C data, since about 8800 BP, there is a continuous sequence of Neolithic, Early Iron Age, and Medieval complexes. The Neolithic existed during approximately 8800-2800 BP. Transitional Neolithic-Early Iron Age complexes are dated to about 2800-2300 BP. The Early Iron Age may be dated to about 2500-1300 BP. The Middle Ages period is dated to approximately 1300-300 BP (VII-XVII centuries AD).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)353-362
Number of pages10
JournalRadiocarbon
Volume46
Issue number1
StatePublished - 2004

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Kuzmin, Y. V., Vasilevski, A. A., Gorbunov, S. V., Burr, G. S., Jull, A. J. T., Orlova, L. A., & Shubina, O. A. (2004). Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East). Radiocarbon, 46(1), 353-362.

Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East). / Kuzmin, Yaroslav V.; Vasilevski, Alexander A.; Gorbunov, Sergei V.; Burr, G. S.; Jull, A. J Timothy; Orlova, Lyobov A.; Shubina, Olga A.

In: Radiocarbon, Vol. 46, No. 1, 2004, p. 353-362.

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Kuzmin, YV, Vasilevski, AA, Gorbunov, SV, Burr, GS, Jull, AJT, Orlova, LA & Shubina, OA 2004, 'Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East)', Radiocarbon, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 353-362.
Kuzmin YV, Vasilevski AA, Gorbunov SV, Burr GS, Jull AJT, Orlova LA et al. Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East). Radiocarbon. 2004;46(1):353-362.
Kuzmin, Yaroslav V. ; Vasilevski, Alexander A. ; Gorbunov, Sergei V. ; Burr, G. S. ; Jull, A. J Timothy ; Orlova, Lyobov A. ; Shubina, Olga A. / Chronology of prehistoric cultural complexes of Sakhalin Island (Russian Far East). In: Radiocarbon. 2004 ; Vol. 46, No. 1. pp. 353-362.
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