McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 1999. — 216 pp. — (McDonald Institute Monographs). — ISBN 1-902937-03-1.Until recently our view of the later prehistory of the Eurasian steppe was that of nomadic pastoralist warriors riding out of the grasslands to destroy peaceful agriculturalist communities left lying in their wake. Recent research, however, has revealed a much more complex picture. The authors' first-hand experience of the data has permitted them to reassess our knowledge of later prehistory in a region in which, until recently, it was almost impossible for Western scientists to work. This book will be of interest to all prehistorians of Europe, environmental archaeologists, and anybody interested in the past of Central Asia and the former USSR.Introduction (Colin Renfrew). The Origins of Horse Husbandry on the Eurasian Steppe (Marsha Levine). The Eneolithic of the Black Sea Steppe: Dynamics of Cultural and Economic Development 4500-2300 AC (Yuri Rassамakin). The Eastern Ural Steppe at the End of the Stone Age (Alexandr Kislenko & Nataliya Tatarintceva).
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