Zhul'nikov (1999) studied in Karelia a row of sites that according to Karelian periodization of prehistory can be dated to the Eneolithic
cultures of the central and western Balkans.
The early and middle Holocene (from Mezolithic to Eneolithic
Ages) was a time when moose meat prevailed in the diets of primitive people of the forest (taiga) zone, including northeastern Europeans.
The Neolithic, Eneolithic
and Transitional period in Bulgarian prehistory, in D.
In Russia these copper finds were at first connected with the bronze and iron metallurgy of the Early Metal Period (Gurina 1951), but after supplementary studies, and especially following the large-scale excavations at Pegrema in the 1970s (Zhuravlev 1974; 1975; 1977; 1979; 1987; 1991), the finds were reattributed to the Stone Age, or the Eneolithic
to be more precise (see Vitenkova 1996b, 152; Zhul'nikov 1997, 150; 1999, 5 ff.
The latest belong to the final Neolithic or Eneolithic
Carpathian imports and imitations in context of the Eneolithic
and Early Bronze Age of the Black Sea steppe area, in P.
In the last decades, small series of amber adornments were found during excavations of Neolithic and Eneolithic
semisubterranean dwellings in the territory of Karelia and Finland.
metal: the manufacture of bone tools in the Eneolithic
site of Conelle di Arcevia (Central Italy).
These looms are widespread among ethnographic and historic mobile populations from Eurasia (Wulff 1966: 201; Wertime 1978: 15; Rutschowskaya 1990: 30) and were probably used by Eneolithic
and Bronze Age populations as well (Chernai 1981).
Traditions and transformations: approaches to Eneolithic
(Copper Age) and Bronze Age metalworking and society in Eastern Central Europe and the Carpathian Basin (British Archaeological Reports International Series 2184).
Earlier excavations on the site found a rampart sequence not dissimilar to that at Iarcuri with pottery from Eneolithic
to Hallstatt B; the largest part fell in the periods Bronze D to Hallstatt A1, the pottery being mainly of Gava style (Rusu et al.