The results of the settlement Oroshayemoye study in 2018

Alexander Alekseevich Vybornov, Irina Nikolaevna Vasilyeva, Natalya Sergeevna Doga, Natalya Valerievna Roslyakova, Pavel Andreevich Kosintsev, Marianna Alekseevna Kulkova, Alexander Sergeevich Popov, Alexander Ivanovich Yudin, Markku Oinonen, Göran Possnert, Mikhail Alexandrovich Streltsov
2018 Samara Journal of Science  
An essential aspect of studying the Neolithic is the identification of its early phase. The research is constrained by scarce source base of the study. Until recently, the early Neolithic in the Lower Volga region has not been identified by the experts. The situation has changed due to the excavation of the settlement Oroshayemoye I on the river B. Uzen. This paper focuses on the received materials. The monument is multi-layered. During the field work in 2018, the lower cultural layer was
more » ... ral layer was investigated. Ceramic, stone and osteological equipment was found in it. The pottery and set of tools are typologically similar to the materials of the lower layer of the Varfolomeyevskaya site, which belong to the Orlovskaya culture. The technological analysis of the ceramics of the Oroshayemoye settlement showed its proximity to the pottery making technology of Orlovskaya culture. The study of osteological remains revealed the presence of bones of aurochs, saiga, tarpan and other wild species on the monument, as well as a domestic dog. According to radiocarbon analysis, the age of the lower layer of the monument is determined by the last quarter of VII - the beginning of the VI millennium BC. Paleoclimatic studies conducted on the monument showed that during this period the climate was warm and humid.
doi:10.17816/snv201874209 fatcat:3rdghsbunzc2reclirgwxhlhja