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Russian Archeologists to Explore Antique Necropolis in the Crimea
18.11.2014 21:33
Russian Archeologists to Explore Antique Necropolis in the Crimea

Russian scientists intend to explore an antique necropolis located near Kyz-Aul in the Crimea.

      The antique necropolis in the Kerch Peninsula in the eastern part of the Crimea is little studied.

      Therefore the Russian archeologists intend to explore this area in the summer of 2015. They expect to find a variety of burials, crypts and sculptures there.

      It should be mentioned that the last excavation works were carried out near Kyz-Aul in the eastern part of the Crimea in the 1990s.


Sources: http://www.vladtime.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Crimea Antiquity Archeology   

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