Yudinovo (Russia)
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Pogar District


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  • Yudinovo is situated above the right bank of the Sudost River in the Pogar District, Briansk district of Russia. it is an Upper Paleolithic base camp site

  • Radiocarbon dates and geomorphology gives an occupation date between 16000 and 12000 years ago.

  • The site consists of the four notices of woolly mammoth bone.

  • Workshop areas related with the mammoth bones comprise of ten flint working areas, two mammoth ivory processing areas and seven areas where skinning and butchery of polar fox occurred.

  • The site is used as a base camp. It is also used by hunter-gatherers during winter seasons for a significant number of years.