Diana Dudnyk

Diana Dudnyk
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine | ISP · Institute of Archaeology

Master of Archaeology

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
November 2020 - present
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • The area of issues is the archaeology of the Stone Age. Especially, lithic evidence of the Epigravettian industry.
Education
September 2014 - May 2020
National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv
Field of study
  • Archaeology and Museology

Publications

Publications (11)
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In order to determine the degree of relatedness of archaeological sites, it is important to study lithic assemblages originated from relatively closed archaeological objects and which can serve as a reference for a comparative analysis of several industries. This article analyses a separate archaeological object - a flint Workshop 1 - against the b...
Conference Paper
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Recent research in the field of prehistoric archaeology in Eastern Europe, together with the rapid development of natural sciences and radiocarbon dating, is radically changing our perception about the development of prehistoric cultures as a slow, steady and gradual process. This knowledge allows us to draw conclusions about the vulnerability of h...
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The Upper Paleolithic site Barmaky, 2nd cultural layer from Volyhnia-Lublin upland is the most western manifestation of Epigravettian of the Mid Dnieper basin. During several field campaigns the 147 m2 of cultural deposits with three pits and one chalk / marl concentration were studied (fig. 1). The silty-loess deposits of Barmaky, 2 accumulated ab...
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This article deals with new flint collection (surface materials) from Upper Paleolithic site Pushkari III near v. Pushkari Novgorod-Siversky district of the Chernihiv region. Site is located on the high right bank of the Desna River, and occupies the southwestern part of the Cape of Pogon. The flint collection of artifacts is 910 items, more of the...
Thesis
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The abstract presents the results of archaeological excavations in 2018 with the emphasis on analysis of the obtained flint artifacts collection. It was found out that typological structure of tools collection is similar to Mizyn ones and is typical for Epigravettian lithic industries of the Middle Dnieper River
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This article deals with new flint collection (surface materials) from Upper Paleolithic site Pushkari III near v. Pushkari Novgorod-Siversky district of the Chernihiv region. Site is located on the high right bank of the Desna River, and occupies the southwestern part of the Cape of Pogon. The flint collection of artifacts is 910 items, more of the...
Research
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Upper Paleolithic site of Mezhyrich is a unique national value archeological monument (230017-N). The site is located in Mezhyrich village, Kaniv district, Cherkassy region. The purpose of the project - preservation of the dwelling construction remains of Upper Paleolithic inhabitants that will become the first step for museumification of Mezhyrich...
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The first excavations of Mezhyrich site occurred half a century ago, in 1966 and continue now. During this period, scientists found here four dwellings and fully explored three of them. In addition, household complex around dwellings was explored too. Excavations conducted by national scientists such as I. Pidoplichko, M. Gladkyh, N. Korniets, D. N...

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