Petroglyphs on the Kiya river in the Khabarovsk krai

Автор: Devlet E.G., Laskin A.R.

Журнал: Краткие сообщения Института археологии @ksia-iaran

Рубрика: Бронзовый век

Статья в выпуске: 249-1, 2017 года.

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A group of petroglyphs carved on the vertical rock outcrop on the alley sideof the Kiya River in the Khabarovsk Krai in the Neolithic Age was examined. In termsof the technique and iconographic features, the zoomorphic images and human-like maskshave parallels with famous petroglyphs of Sikachi-Alyan and Sheremetyevo, suggestingthat these sites belong to one distinctive tradition of prehistoric creative art of the Far East.Preservation conditions of the location were assessed and one more, previously unknown,human-like face was discovered

Far east, rock art, petroglyphs, human-like mask-faces

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