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The islands of the White Sea, from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages (the ancient development of the White Sea islands on archaeological data)

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Martinov А. Y.

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The article is devoted to the history of development of the White Sea Islands (Solovki, Kuzova, Zhizhgin, Mudyug) in the Stone Age − Iron (VI millennium BC. E. − I millennium AD. E.). On the basis of archaeological sources and experimental data it contains answers to questions about the nature of the ancient island of settlements, the culture of their inhabitants, cultural ties with continental cultures, ancient sea routes, origin and destination of stone labyrinths of the White Sea.

About authors

Martinov Aleksandr Yakovlevich – archaeologist, Ph.D. of history, Deputy Director for Science FGUK “Solovki State Historical, Architectural and Natural Museum-Reserve”.

Keywords

White Sea, Solovki Islands, an ancient settlement, excavations, artifacts, pottery, stone tools, labyrinth, an experiment, a boat

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904(470.116) (045)


     

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