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Unique Scythian Grave Found in Novosibirsk Region
13.11.2014 23:32
Unique Scythian Grave Found in Novosibirsk Region

Archeologists have found a Scythian tribe’s burial ground, which is unique for the Novosibirsk Region

It is the second find of the kind within the Novosibirsk Region. A similar type grave was found by scientists last year.

Fragments of material damaged by land plowing have been unearthed in the unique burial ground. These are mostly details of horse harness. The finds will be examined and studied in the near future.

Experts have carried out geodesic surveys in 60 archaeological monuments this year. Inventory and condition monitoring has been conducted in 20 of them.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Archeological Finds Novosibirsk Region   

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