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Archaeologists Discovered A New Monument
30.07.2014 15:37
Archaeologists Discovered A New Monument

 Archaeologists discovered a new mound, which is a historical monument of the Stone Age, in the Adler district of Sochi in Atskhu cave, Interfax reported.

      "The remains of the tools that belonged to the people of the Upper Paleolithic were found in Atskhu cave near Sochi," Andrei Kizilov, the head of Adygeya Republican Institute for Humanities Research said. Excavations have been carried out from winter up to date and were preserved until the autumn. "Professional archaeologists’ expedition from St. Petersburg confirmed the authenticity of the new historical monument, which was inhabited by Stone Age people," the archaeologist said. Archaeologists are going to continue digging. "It is possible that Neanderthals lived there," A. Kizilov said. He also noted that the historic monument is in the area of video surveillance. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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