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Bronze Age Archaeological Monuments Discovered in Voronezh Region
4.04.2014 14:37
Bronze Age Archaeological Monuments Discovered in Voronezh Region

Fragments of Bronze Age clay pots have been found on a site rendered suitable for a gas pipeline in Mikhnevo Village in the Voronezh Region.

      The finds date back to the second millennium B.C.

      According to the archeologist Mikhail Yermolaev, visual survey of the gas pipeline area has resulted in discovery of two archeological monuments. Experts have prepared documents that will be sent to the regional culture department for including the sites into the list of revealed archaeological monuments of the Voronezh Region.

      Because of the find the gas pipeline will be laid in the southern part of the village. The district administration commission is considering the new route of the gas pipeline.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeological Finds Bronze Age Voronezh Region   

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