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Medieval Site Destroyed in Pskov Region
16.06.2011 14:24
Medieval Site Destroyed in Pskov Region
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Historical and cultural sediments of the medieval site of ancient settlement in Sebezh of the Pskov Region have been destroyed, experts conclude upon visiting Zamkovaya Hill recently.
      Workers dug out a foundation ditch 4.2 to 5.2 meters large and 1.7 meters deep right in the area of the cultural heritage site of regional value. They were carrying out preparations for its concreting. Just next to the foundation ditch they unloaded the soil dug out by a dredge.
      After the examination of the archeology monument experts drew up a report stating the fact of continuation of legally uncoordinated earthen and building works. In the course of surface inspection of the dump archeologists discovered lots of fragments of ancient artifacts, human bones, and the base of an unknown ancient construction.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Pskov Region    

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