On the Chronology and Periodization of Rock Art in Karelia

Perspectives on Differences in Rock Art - Jan Magne Gjerde

Nadezhda Valentinovna Lobanova [+-]
Russian Academy of Sciences
Nadezhda Valentinovna Lobanova is a Senior Researcher of the Archaeological Department, Institute of Language, Literature and History of Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences. Petrozavodsk, Republic of Karelia, Russian Federation. Research interests: epoch of Neolithic in the North-West of Russia, rock art of Karelia and Northern Fennoscandia. Recent publications. 2 monographs: Petroglyphs of Onega Lake. Moscow, 2015, Archaeological monuments in the vicinity of Onega Lake petroglyphs (with V.F. Filatova). Moscow, 2015

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This paper addresses the clarification of the age of Lake Onega and White Sea petroglyphs in the Republic of Karelia, North-West Russia. Based on a detailed analysis of the natural and cultural settings of the monuments, and the recent dating of all Stone Age – Iron Age cultural types of Karelia the author substantiates a common chronological framework of the Karelian rock art. It is attempted to track the main stages of its development, which have been modified considerably, and so the petroglyph era of Karelia, the nature and dynamics of the coeval natural processes can be portrayed in more detail and with better argumentation.

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Lobanova, Nadezhda. On the Chronology and Periodization of Rock Art in Karelia. Perspectives on Differences in Rock Art. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. Jul 2020. ISBN 9781781795606. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=31923. Date accessed: 26 Aug 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.31923. Jul 2020

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