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Archaeological supplement B to Damgaard et al. 2018: discussion of the archaeology of Central Asian and East Asian Neolithic to Bronze Age hunter-gatherers and early pastoralists, including consideration of horse domestication.

Alan K. Outram; Andrey Polyakov; Andrei Gromov; Vyacheslav Moiseyev; Andrzej W. Weber; Vladimir I. Bazaliiskii; O. I. Goriunova

The archaeological evidence relating to selected key cultures from Central
and East Asia from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age is summarized. These
cultures include the Eneolithic (Copper Age) Botai culture of northern
Kazakhstan, the Bronze Age Okunevo culture from the Minusinsk Basin in
Russia and Neolithic to Bronze Age cultures of the Baikal Region in East
Siberia. Special consideration is given to the debate surrounding horse
domestication within the Botai Culture, and the key lines of evidence are
summarized.

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