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Природные условия развития этнокультур Прикетья на юго-востоке Западной Сибири в эпоху железа и средневековья Т. А. Бляхарчук, А. И. Боброва, Т. Н. Жилина

By: Бляхарчук, Татьяна АртемьевнаContributor(s): Боброва, Анна Ивановна | Жилина, Татьяна НиколаевнаMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Other title: The natural conditions of the development of ethnic cultures of Priketye in the southeast of West Siberia in the Iron Age [Parallel title]Subject(s): Западная Сибирь | природные условия | изменение климата | этноландшафтоведениеGenre/Form: статьи в сборниках Online resources: Click here to access online In: Экология древних и традиционных обществ. Вып. 6 : материалы VI Международной научной конференции, Тюмень, 2–6 ноября 2020 г Вып. 6. С. 73-75Abstract: The paper considers the natural and climatic conditions of the Iron and Middle Ages in Priketye (Verkhneket district of Tomsk oblast in the taiga zone of Western Siberia). The reconstruction of the dynamics of the natural environment of the archaeological complex of monuments of the Iron Age (V cent. B.C. - XVII cent. A.D.) was made from the paleo-palynological data of the spore-pollen diagram of the Maksimkin Yar. The study revealed climate dynamics influenced the Priketye people's lifestyle and their economy. It was either contributing to an increase in the food supply of all inhabitants of the landscape (including humans), which led to an increase in their number, or to a decrease in the supply, which caused hunger and extinction. The paper considers the natural and climatic conditions of the Iron and Middle Ages in Priketye (Verkhneket district of Tomsk oblast in the taiga zone of Western Siberia). Human migrations could be associated both with the negative consequences of climate change and with the positive influence that contributed to the growth of the population and its outflow to new territories. In the last 350 years, the distribution of birch has been noted in the forests of Priketye, which is probably connected with the arrival of Russian settlers who began to intensively cut the high-class pine forest.
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The paper considers the natural and climatic conditions of the Iron and Middle Ages in Priketye (Verkhneket district of Tomsk oblast in the taiga zone of Western Siberia). The reconstruction of the dynamics of the natural environment of the archaeological complex of monuments of the Iron Age (V cent. B.C. - XVII cent. A.D.) was made from the paleo-palynological data of the spore-pollen diagram of the Maksimkin Yar. The study revealed climate dynamics influenced the Priketye people's lifestyle and their economy. It was either contributing to an increase in the food supply of all inhabitants of the landscape (including humans), which led to an increase in their number, or to a decrease in the supply, which caused hunger and extinction. The paper considers the natural and climatic conditions of the Iron and Middle Ages in Priketye (Verkhneket district of Tomsk oblast in the taiga zone of Western Siberia). Human migrations could be associated both with the negative consequences of climate change and with the positive influence that contributed to the growth of the population and its outflow to new territories. In the last 350 years, the distribution of birch has been noted in the forests of Priketye, which is probably connected with the arrival of Russian settlers who began to intensively cut the high-class pine forest.

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