Pit-Comb Pottery | Article about Pit-Comb Pottery by The Free Dictionary
The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.
pottery characteristic of the Pit-Comb Pottery cultures and other Neolithic archaeological cultures (late fourth to mid-second millennia B.C.) that were widespread in the forest belt from the northwestern regions of the USSR and Finland to the Trans-Ural Region. It comprised large pointed-bottomed and round-bottomed thick-walled vessels, completely decorated with pits and comb impressions. (See.)
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It is important to note that researchers had suggested a periodization of the sites with Pit-Comb Pottery in the region of interest before the radiocarbon dates were obtained.
On Pit-Comb pottery Ware peculiarities Upper Primokshanye and Middle Posurye.--[phrase omitted].
Pit-Comb Pottery of Middle Posurye from archaeological dig of 2011-2012.--[phrase omitted].