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Archeologists Examined Site of First Permanent Residents of Moscow Area
8.02.2012 14:08
Archeologists Examined Site of First Permanent Residents of Moscow Area

In the north of the Moscow Region a group of Russian, Spanish, Romanian and French experts have found artifacts, which prove that about 7.5 thousand years ago the land was already settled with hunters and fishers.
      
      Most of the Russians have learnt about the discovery made near Moscow from foreign media.
      
      Scientists first time investigated the Stone Age site in Dubna in 1989, and then it became clear that the site named Zamostye-2 was of great interest.
      
      Remains of bones of animals and birds speak about seasonal hunting, whereas underwater works carried out by experts made it possible to reconstruct the fishing system of the prehistoric site. Altogether the finds give the grounds to assume that between Volga and Oka, i.e. in the territory of modern Moscow Region, people lived all year round, and not just during the warm season.
      
      Source: mn.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Moscow Region Archeology Dubna   

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