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Hundreds of Ancient Artifacts Found by Archeologists in Vologda
27.09.2014 12:09
Hundreds of Ancient Artifacts Found by Archeologists in Vologda

Excavation works have been going on in Burmagin Street in Vologda for one week already.

      Vologda archeologists have unearthed foundations of several ancient buildings, pottery, silver coins, children's clay toys and other artifacts at the site.

      Several centuries ago it was the site of ancient Vologda town dated back to the 12th - 15th centuries. The archeological excavations are aimed at examining the area of the future construction and studying the cultural layer of one of the most ancient archaeological monuments.

      Archeologists will send all the found artifacts for analysis to establish the exact dates. The most remarkable finds will replenish the current exposition of the Vologda State Memorial Estate.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vologda Archeological Finds Archeology   

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