Mariupol Culture
Areal of distribution

The Podnieprovie steppe region: Nikolsky, Vilnyanka, Vovnigi I and II, Marievka, Lysaya Gora, Yasinovatka, Vasilievka

The Dnieper Region: Dereivka

The Orel' River basin (The Osipovka and Hospitalny hills)

The Sea of Azov Littoral

The Crimea (Dolinka)

The Chir river basin (the Lower Don region)

The Povolzhie region (the cemeteries of Siezzheie)

The Northern Caucasus (Staro-Nizhnesteblievskaia village)and Kuban Region (Staronizhesteblievskaya)

References:
1. The chronology of the Mariupol-type cemeteries of Ukraine re-visited, by D. Ya. Telegin & I.D.Potekhina, Institute of Archaeology of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Geroiev Stalingrada Street 12, Kyiv, Ukraine. ira@iarh.kiev.ua

M. Lillie, Wetland Archaeology & Environments Research Centre, Department of Geography, University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX, England. M.C.Lillie@hull.ac.uk www.hull.ac.uk/ wetlands

M.M. Kovaliukh, State Scientific Center of Environmental Radiogeochemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Palladin Avenue 34a, Kyiv, Ukraine. kyiv14c@radgeo.freenet.kiev.ua    
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2. Shtalin Yu.A., Rezepkin A.D., The Neolithic cemetery with the grave goods of the Mariupol type in the Kuban region and its place in the cultural context of South-Eastern Europe (in Russian). Stratum 2, 2001-2002, 447-457.
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