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The beginning of the «early metal age» in Karelia: materials and research
Samara Journal of Science
The paper presents the results of the archaeological study of the transition stage from the stone age to the early metal age. On the territory of Karelia, this period is represented by cultures of comb-pit and rhomb-pit ceramics. The development of neolithic cultures is controversial. The objective of the study is to present materials and research. Special attention is paid to the monuments with rhomb-pit ceramics and signs of acquaintance of the population with metal. The sources aredoi:10.17816/snv201982206 fatcat:v4g6pocvgfgi5grhfi34ci3tjq