Burials of indigenous people in the lower Ob region: Dating, burial ceremonies, and ethnic

Murashko, Olga; Krenke, Nikolai
January 1996
Arctic Anthropology;1996, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
Presents a summary of recent studies of the collection gathered from an expedition to the Polar Urals led by D.T. Yanovich wherein some 358 above-ground and shallow pit burials at cemetery sites in the Obdorsk region were investigated. Khalas-Pugor cemetery on the Little Ob River as source of most of the artifacts; Dating of the graves; Burial practices.


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