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New Season In Phanagoria
31.07.2013 18:06
New Season In Phanagoria
(Source: http://www.blackseanews.net)

Around 200 people will join archaeological excavations on Taman peninsula.


      

Joint archeological expedition of Phanagoria has started its field season on Taman peninsula in the Krasnodar Region. The season will continue till first decade of September. 200 persons including students of Kuban State University (KubSU) and Magnitogorsk University, consolidated group of students from religious schools of Krasnodar, Moscow and Sergiyev Posad will continue researching the ancient Greek city of Phanagoria.


      

This year, archeologists will dig not only on earth, but under water as well, since almost one third of Phanagoria is hidden on the bottom of Taman bay. So, last year a 15-meter long Byzantine sheep, which became one of the most unique findings of the expedition, was discovered during underwater excavations.  


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Travel Tourism Phanagoria   

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