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The Kulbulak Bladelet Tradition in The Upper Paleolithic of Central Asia

Kolobova, K.A ; Flas, D ; Derevianko, A.P ; Pavlenok, K.K ; Islamov, U.I ; Krivoshapkin, A.I

Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia, June 2013, Vol.41(2), pp.2-25 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The Kulbulak Bladelet Tradition in The Upper Paleolithic of Central Asia
  • Autor: Kolobova, K.A ; Flas, D ; Derevianko, A.P ; Pavlenok, K.K ; Islamov, U.I ; Krivoshapkin, A.I
  • Assuntos: Upper Paleolithic ; Bladelet Production Techniques ; Carinated Technology ; Western Central Asia ; Anthropology ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia, June 2013, Vol.41(2), pp.2-25
  • Descrição: The article describes lithic industries of the Upper Paleolithic levels of Kulbulak, Uzbekistan, a key site in southwestern Central Asia based on materials from excavations at several sites in the western and northwestern Pamir– Tien Shan region (Kulbulak, Kyzyl-Alma-2, Dodekatym-2, and Shugnou). A new cultural and technological tradition is introduced, for which the authors suggest the name Kulbulakian. Its distinctive features are the bladelet technique and a microlithic set including backed pieces and triangular microliths. Stages in the evolution of the Kulbulakian tradition are reconstructed: origins, development, peak, and disappearance of the carinated technology. Industries belonging to this tradition have shaped the general appearance of the Upper Paleolithic in the area in question.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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