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New Archeological Sites Found on Shore of Lake Teletskoye
7.10.2014 14:22
New Archeological Sites Found on Shore of Lake Teletskoye

Novosibirsk archeologists have found over a dozen of new archaeological heritage objects on the shore of Lake Teletskoye, the press service of the Altai Republic administration reports.

      From September 24 to September 28 research associates of the Archeology and Ethnography Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science carried out archaeological excavations on the shore of Lake Teletskoye.

      Archaeological monuments happened to be found there in the past, and this time archeologists decided to generalize them and find new sites.

      They made their route through the Village of Yayl, Chachilgan Cape, the mouth of River Turochak, the Kamga Gulf, and cordon Chelyush and Béla. During the survey of terrain archeologists discovered about a dozen of archaeological heritage sites. The new finds will be very helpful in making the map of the shore of Lake Teletskoye. Scientists also inspected in detail some objects already known to science, such as the famous stone sculpture at the Belinsky Terrace. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Altai Archeology Lake Teletskoye   

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