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The article presents the results of a study on archaeological structures and horizons developed in the palaeolake shore-zone of the Serteya II site that was occupied intermittently and to a greater or lesser intensity from the Mesolithic up to the Middle Ages. The Serteya II site is a multilayer complex used by hunter-fisher-gatherer communities in the 9 th -8 th mill. BC, and from the end of the 7 th till the end of the 3 rd mill. BC. The article is focused on the particularities of thedoi:10.26485/agl/2020/110/6 fatcat:7pptv4ksfrdgjjfy6pext6e6ze