Lower Mikhaylovka group, 3600—3000 BC, a late copper age archaeological culture of the lower Dnieper River immediately underlying remains of the successor Yamna culture site named Mikhaylovka I, noted for its fortifications. It is related to the Kemi Oba culture and seems to have connections to the Maykop culture.
- J. P. Mallory, "Lower Mikhaylovka group", Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997.
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