Lake Onega

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lake in northwestern Russia near the border with Finland

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The study confirmed that the majority of the analysed sampling was made of metatuff that is absent in Estonia but is fully analogous to the material of samples from the western coast of Onega Lake (Tarasov et al.
According to the available data, the majority of the Russian Karelian type of tools were made of slightly metamorphosed volcanic tuff from the western coast of Onega Lake.
The same sampling of chopping tools from Karelian sites with pure complexes, most of which are located on the shores of Onega Lake, was used for assessing the degree of morphological standardization.
At the moment, workshop sites and knapping floors have been found only on the western coast of Onega Lake.
Another knapping floor with diagnostic debitage of the technology of making Russian Karelian tools was excavated in 2013 at 40 km to the south from the outfall of Shuya River in the vicinity of Derevyannoye village on the coast of Onega Lake (Fig.
Elie Lellouche, trainer of Board Meeting and Onega Lake "Board Meeting didn't act well last time out at Saint-Cloud, which is left-handed, so this track should suit better.
The outcrops of hard slates and silt-stones are located to the west from Onega Lake, where quite big work-shops specializing in production of the tools of Russian-Karelian type are known (Zhulnikov 1999).
The first is along the eastern coast of the Gulf of Bothnia, the second--from Onega Lake through the watershed and Vyg River to the White Sea, and the third--from the upper stream of West Dvina or Msta Rivers to Upper Volga with an offshoot to lake Beloye Ozero and, probably, to the basin of Onega River.
Quartz tools appeared again in the settlements of the south-western White Sea and Onega Lake in the end of the III millennium BC; this might have had something to do with the migration of a part of inhabitants of the "quartz zone" in Finland and western Karelia.