Oselivka archeological site

Oselivka archeological site. A multi-occupational Stone Age settlement located on the Dniester River near Oselivka, Kelmentsi raion, Chernivtsi oblast. Excavations in the 1920s by Romanian archeologists and in 1966–8 uncovered two Paleolithic settlements and a single Mesolithic occupation. In all three strata a wide variety of animal bones (mammoth, horses, deer) and flint pieces were found.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).]

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