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Ancient Dwelling Found in Chukotka
15.09.2014 23:33
Ancient Dwelling Found in Chukotka

Archeologists have found a 3 thousand-year-old dwelling in Chukotka.

      The find was made by participants of the Bering archaeological expedition. It is for the first time that dwellings with wooden floor dated to the 15th – 13th centuries BC have been found in Kamchatka. It is evidence to the fact that ancient dwellers of Chukotka were good at housing construction. These dwellings had multi-layer flooring made of wood and turf.

      Several interesting finds were made in the course of excavation: a doll made of raddled polar bear hair, harpoon turning tips, ski, a ladle, and others.



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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Chukotka Archeological Finds   

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