Collection. Poznan, 1998 (B-P S, vol. 5) ISBN 83-86094-04-4; ISSN 1231-0344.
1. Ken Jacobs, Lucyna Domanska «Beyond Balkanization» – an outline program for a discussion. – ñ. 9-12.
2. Pavel M. Dolukhanov The Neolithic with a human face or Dividing Lines in Neolithic Europe? – ñ. 13-23.
3. Richardd W. Lindstrom History and Politics in the development Etnogenetic Models in Soviet Antropology. – ñ. 24-33.
4. Philip L. Kohl National Identity and the use of the Remote Past in the Caucasus. – ñ. 34-43.
5. Vladimir I. Timofeev The East-West Relations in the Late Mesolithic and Neolithic in the Baltic Region. – ñ. 44-58.
6. Ilze Loze The Adoption of Agriculture in the Area of present-day Latvia (The Lake Lubana Basin). – ñ. 59-84.
7. Dmitriy Telegin Mesolithic Cultural-Etnographic Entities in the Southern Ukraine: Genesis and Role in neolithization of the Rigion. – ñ. 85-101.
8. Dmitriy Nuzhnyi The Ukrainian Steppe as a Region of intercultural Contacts between Atlantic and Mediterranean Zones of European Mesolithic. – ñ. 102-119.
9. Leonid Zaliznyak The Late Mesolithic Subbase of the Ukrainian Neolithic. – ñ. 120-145.
10. Aleksander A. Yanevich The Neolithic of the Mountainous Crimea. – ñ. 146-159.
11. Nadezhda S. Kotova The Role of Eastern Impulse in development of the Neolithic Cultures of Ukraine. – ñ. 160-194.
12. Alice Marie Haeussler Ukraine Mesolithic Cemeteries: Antropological Analysis. – ñ. 195-225.
13. Inna D. Potekhina South-Eastern Influences on the Formation of the Mesolithic to Early Eneolithic Populations of the North Pontic Region: The Evidence from Anthropology. – ñ. 226-231.
14. Leiu Heapost Genetic Heterogeneity of Finno-Ugrians (on the Basis of Estonian Modern and Archaeological material). – ñ. 232-247.
15. Valeriy I. Khartanovich New Craniological Material on the Saami from the Kola peninsula. – ñ. 248-261.
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