Tataurova L.  

Historical ecology and life-support system of the Russian population of Siberia of the XVII-XVIII BC in archaeological researches – historiographical aspect

The historical ecology of the Russian population of Siberia in New times, including the researching of the possibilities of obtaining food products and analysis on such basis the system and structure of nutrition, which is presented in various archaeological research and publications. Current scientific experience was examinated in the article after investigation of archeo-biological collections. Its allow us to assess the ratio of economic sectors and industries aimed at obtaining food resources. Attention was paid to the information describing the utensils used for obtaining food and cooking.
Better, but selectively and unevenly studied towns, and especially the North of Siberia. In non-ploughed towns, the priorities were cattle breeding, hunting, and fishing. In the agricultural areas of integrated agriculture, which includes agriculture and animal husbandry, and fisheries. Researchers pay little attention to utensils for cooking and eating, even less to the study of the system and structure of nutrition. In the archeology of Russian Siberia of the XVII-XVIII centuries. - this is one of the complex and little-studied problems in the life support system

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