The settlement Review I (Lower Vychegda) is one of the chief sites of jentyjskij cultural type, whose chronology, genesis and contexts are the subject of discussion. A two-chamberd dwelling about 140 m2 excavated at the settlement is weakly in-depth, with a chain of 5 hearths inside and an abundance of hearth stones and burnt calcined animal bones. Integrity of the structure is confirmed by «connections» of chipped hearth stones. Flint ware is of absolute resemblance to the early complex of the Jenty I settlement for all major indicators. Particular features of the dwelling construction Review I give reason to interpret similar chains of hearths and pits at the Jenty I settlement as the remnants of one or several land-based multi-hearth dwellings. The Early Neolithic age of the Jenty I is indirectly supported by 14С datings for layer 9 at the Vyoksa III settlement on the Upper Sukhona. The lack of ceramics in the dwelling Review I could become not due to the chronological factor but because of some other reasons, for example, the organization of economic activities at this settlement, not demanding or even forbidding to use ceramic vessels.
|Título traducido de la contribución||THE SETTLEMENT REVIEW I|
|Título de la publicación alojada||ПРОБЛЕМЫ АРХЕОЛОГИЧЕСКОГО ИЗУЧЕНИЯ СЕВЕРО-ВОСТОКА ЕВРОПЫ|
|Subtítulo de la publicación alojada||сборник статей|
|Lugar de publicación||Сыктывкар|
|Estado||Published - 2018|