Baraba Waldsteppe, Russland. Vom Jagen und Fischen zur Viehzucht in der Waldsteppe des Ob’-Irtysch Zwischenstromlands (Westsibirien). Bioarchäologische Forschungen in der Baraba Waldsteppe, Russland aus den Jahren 2018 bis 2020
One of the most important adaptations of societies at the northern frontier of the Eurasian steppe belt was the transition from a hunter-gatherer to a pastoral economy during the Bronze Age. The different hypothesis regarding this cultural and economic adaptation processes are studied by an ongoing German-Russian research project with a bioarchaeological research agenda focusing on the analysis of stable isotopes to reconstruct changes in diets and mobility pattern.