Gennady Zdanovich

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Gennadii Zdanovich (born 4 October 1938; Russian: Геннадий Борисович Зданович) is a Russian archaeologist based at the historical site of Arkaim, Chelyabinsk.

Zdanovich led the excavation campaign at Arkaim in the Southern Urals.[1]

In the archeology of the Sintashta culture, he introduced the term "the Country of Towns".[2]

He is a proponent of an approach which seeks to unify archaeological and ecological approaches to the environment. Such holistic approaches have been in part responsible for raising awareness of 'Arkaim' amongst followers of New Age belief systems.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zdanovich, G. (1999) "Arkaim Archaeological park: an cultural-ecological reserve in Russia", in: Panel-Philippe, G.; Stone-Peter, G.(eds) The Constructed Past: Experimental Archeology, Education and the Public, Routledge; Chapter 20, pp. 283-291
  2. ^ Andrey Bersenev, Andrey Epimakhov and Dmitry Zdanovich, SINTASHTA BOW OF THE BRONZE AGE OF THE SOUTH TRANS-URALS, RUSSIA, in: "Bronze Age Warfare: Manufacture and Use of Weaponry", 2011, ISBN 978 1 4073 0822 7