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Title: Children in the Bronze Age societies of the Southern Trans-Urals (Sintashta, Petrovka and Alakul’ cultures)

Creator:

Berseneva, Natalia ; Kupriyanova, Elena

Date issued/created:

2016

Resource Type:

Article

Subtitle:

Archaeologia Polona Vol. 51-52 (2013-2014)

Publisher:

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences

Place of publishing:

Warszawa

Description:

ill. ; 24 cm

Abstract:

This study concerns the Sintashta, Petrovka and Alakul’ cultural groups. They are dated from the 21st to the 15th century cal. BC and the sites are located in the Southern Trans-Urals. One ofthe most impressive traits of the Sintashta, Petrovka and Alakul’ burial grounds is that the subadults constitute between 50% to 80% of all the deceased. Comparing the variations of children’s burial rites, we can conclude that children’s status was probably different in these cultures. We can suppose that the Sintashta rite reflected first of all the vertical stratification while the Petrovka and Alakul’ ones, the kinship relations

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Relation:

Archaeologia Polona

Volume:

51-52

Start page:

5

End page:

20

Format:

application/octet-stream

Resource Identifier:

0066-5924

Source:

IAiE PAN, call no. P 357 ; IAiE PAN, call no. P 358 ; IAiE PAN, call no. P 356 ; click here to follow the link

Language:

eng

Rights:

Rights Reserved - Free Access

Terms of use:

Copyright-protected material. May be used within the limits of statutory user freedoms

Digitizing institution:

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Original in:

Library of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

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