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Az eurázsiai paleolit korú régészet problematikája
Publikációk

Scopus és Web of Science (WoS) besorolású publikációk:

  1. Demidenko, Yu.E., Škrdla, P., Beres, S., Racz, B., Nemergut, A. (2022). The Middle Aurignacian and the Carpathian Basin of Eastern Central Europe // Slovenska Archeologia LXX (2) (megjelenés alatt)
  2. Emily Hallinan, Omry Barzilai, Nuno Bicho, João Cascalheira, Yuri Demidenko, Mae Goder-Goldberger, Erella Hovers, Anthony Marks, Maya Oron & Jeffrey Rose: No direct evidence for the presence of Nubian Levallois technology and its association with Neanderthals at Shukbah Cave. Scientific Reports, 2022, 12(1), 1204. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-82257-6
  3. Emily Hallinan, Omry Barzilai, Amir Beshkani, João Cascalheira, Yuri E. Demidenko et al.: The nature of Nubian: Developing current global perspectives on Nubian Levallois technology and the Nubian complex. In: Evolutionary anthropology, 2022, 31(5), pp. 227–232. https://doi.org/10.1002/evan.21958.
  4. Petr Škrdla – Marek Vlach – Ladislav Nejman – Jaroslav Bartík – Yuri E. Demidenko – Tereza Rychtaříková: Settlement strategies in Eastern Central Europe during the maximum extent of the last glacial ice sheet. In: Quaternary International. Vol. 581–582. 2021. pp. 164-174. (Scopus) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.09.047
  5. Demidenko, Yuri E.: South of Eastern Europe and Upper Paleolithic diversity around the Last Glacial Maximum. In: Quaternary International. Vol. 581–582. 2021. pp. 164-174. (Scopus) DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2020.07.002
  6. Sándor Béres – Yuri E. Demidenko: Vác 1 epigravettian loci at the danube bend in North-Central Hungary. In: Prehled Vyzkumu. 2021. №62(1). pp. 29–46. DOI: 10.47382/pv062-01
  7. Demidenko, Yu.E.Rácz, B. – Nemergut, A.: Proto-Aurignacian unique site cluster in Europe: logistic settlement pattern with a base camp and a series of supply chain loci at raw material outcrops in Transcarpathia (Ukraine). In: Slovenská Archeológia. Vol. LXVIII-2. (Scopus) DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/slovarch.2020.68.10
  8. Demidenko, Yu.E. Magdalenian in Eastern Europe: is it really there? In: Anthropologie (Czech Republic). 2020, 58(2-3), pp. 227–249. (Scopus) DOI: 10.26720/anthro.20.06.11.1
  9. Demidenko, Y.E. – Škrdla, P. – Rychtaříková, T.: Initial upper paleolithic bladelet production: Bladelets in Moravian Bohunician. In: Prehled Vyzkumu. 2020. 61(1), pp. 21–29. (Scopus) DOI:10.47382/pv0611-02
  10. Bartík, J. – Škrdla, P. – Rychtaříková, T. – Demidenko, Y.E. – Nejman, L.: Kamenná struktura E v mohelně-plevovcích: Nová výzva pro metodiku výzkumu. In: Prehled Vyzkumu. 2020. 61(1), pp. 47–57. (Scopus) https://doi.org/10.47382/pv0611-05
  11. Rios-Garaizar, J. – Škrdla, P. – Demidenko, Yu.E.: Use-wear analysis of the lithic assemblage from LGM Mohelno-Plevovce site, (southern Moravia, Czech Republic). In: Comptes Rendus Palevol, 2019. 18 (3), pp. 353–366. (Scopus) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crpv.2018.11.002
  12. Demidenko, Yu.E. – Škrdla, P. – Rios-Garaizar, J.: In between Gravettian and Epigravettian in Central and Eastern Europe: a peculiar LGM Early Late Upper Paleolithic industry. In: Přehled výzkumů. 2019. 60/1, pp. 11-42. (Scopus) DOI:
  13. Wojtczak, D., Demidenko, Y.E.: Small artefacts for special activity? A better understanding of the variability within the Hummalian industry through lithic refitting, Hummal, Syria. In: Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 20. pp. 135–157. (Scopus) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.04.024

Fontosabb publikációk:

  1. Demidenko Yu.E. – Škrdla P. – Rios-Garaizar J. European perspectives of the East European LGM Epi- Aurignacian with Sagaidak-Muralovka-type microliths // P. Valde-Nowak, K. Sobczyk, M. Nowak, J. Źrałka (eds.). Amici magistro et college suo- Ioanni Christopho Kozłowski dedicant. – Kraków. – 2018. pp. 85-92.
  2. Demidenko Yu.E. – Th.C. Hauck. Yabrud II rock-shelter archaeological sequence (Syria) and possible Proto-Aurignacian origin in the Levant // ERAUL 2017. 148. – pp. 87-98.