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The Evidence of Human Habitation Was Found near Tyumen
26.09.2013 15:04
The Evidence of Human Habitation Was Found near Tyumen

The first Paleolithic monument was discovered in Tyumen Oblast.

      The first archaeological monument of the primary development of the region was discovered in the southern part of Tyumen Oblast. Hundreds of bones of mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, ancient horses, tundra wolf, wild ox, bull-headed elk and other animals were found on the island of Vagai.

      Besides, cutting stones of a large size which served for butchering carcasses of animals were also found in the same place. Field exploration works involved scientific experts of the Tyumen State Academy of Culture, Arts and Social Technologies. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tyumen Oblast mammoth bones Vagai island Tyumen State Academy of Culture, Arts and Social Technologies  

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