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Barrow (burial) contents.
40th-20th c BCE Eastern European Neolithic Applied Arts

NEOLITHIC Anonymous (9000 BCE - c. 2000 BCE)
c. 4000 BCE-2000 BCE
40th-20th c BCE
Bone; Bronze; Clay
St. Petersburg. State Hermitage Museum.
The necklace of bone and dog fangs (c. 3500-3000 BCE) and the hammer-shaped bone pins (c. 4000-3500 BCE) were found in pit burials of the Pit (Yamnaya) Culture in Ukraine and Russia respectively.

Caption: NEOLITHIC | Barrow (burial) contents. | c. 4000 BCE-2000 BCE | Russian | Neolithic
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