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Archeological Laboratory Founded in Altai
5.02.2014 14:10
Archeological Laboratory Founded in Altai

A laboratory for interdisciplinary studies of archeology of Western Siberia and Altai has been opened in the Altai State University.

      The need of it came up when archeologists of the University got a grant for studying the most ancient settlements of Siberia. The research work is supervised by the head of the Archeology and Ethnography Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, the member of RAS Anatoly Derevyanko.

      “Anatoly Panteleevich Derevyanko is known all over the world, mostly thanks to his unique archeological finds in the Denisova Cave located in the Altai Territory and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List”, - the press service of Barnaul administration points out.

      Scientists from the most advanced Russian and foreign research centers can join the work. A three-volume edition on the history of Altai since ancient times is expected to be published as a result.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Altai Laboratory Studies Archeology   

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