Chernetsov, V. N. and W. Moszynska.
Title Prehistory of Western Siberia. Edited by Henry N. Michael.
Publisher Montreal: Arctic Institute of North America/McGill-Queen's University Press, 1974.
Seller ID 4031bd
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), folding maps, xxv+ 377 pp. Fine, in a Near-Fine dust jacket. From dust jacket: This translation of several key articles published in the 1950s and 1960s by the late V. N. Chernetsov and his wife, Wanda Moszynska (who accompanied him on almost all field trips), deals with the sequence of cultures that occupied the lower -- that is, the northern -- reaches of the Ob River basin and, in considerable detail, with Ust-Poluy, a type-site of great importance for the early cutlural phases of western Siberia. It is the ninth in a series by the Arctic Institute of North America, Anthropology of the North: Translations from Russian Sources, which makes in formation about the archaeological work of Soviet investigators available to those WEstern archaeologists not conversant with the Russian language.