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Archeologists Discover Two Ancient Settlements in Primorski Krai
13.07.2011 13:51
Archeologists Discover Two Ancient Settlements in Primorski Krai

Young archeologists have unearthed two sites of ancient peoples settlements of Neolith and the Iron Age in the vicinities of Artemovsky Settlement in Primorsky Territory.
      
      The first monument - a Neolith site about 5.5 thousand years old - was found at the mouth of River Knevichanka, in the place of a kitchen garden. Apart from ceramics, archeologists and schoolchildren found various stone tools, an addice among them.
      The second monument was unearthed just 100 meters away from houses of Artemovsky Settlement. Here they discovered remains of a dwelling site about 2.5 thousand years old. Besides, archeologists found a whole vessel of the early Iron Age, as well as fragments of pottery.
      
      Source: rian.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Archeology Primorsky Territory Ancient Sites   

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