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Neanderthal Tooth Discovered by Archaeologists in Crimea
7.03.2017 13:03
Neanderthal Tooth Discovered by Archaeologists in Crimea

Researchers from the Simferopol Archaeology Institute studied the ancient Neanderthal site of Zaskalnaya V in the Belogorsk Region of Crimea.

      Lots of artifacts were unearthed in the course of the excavation.

      The found mammoth bone with a simple drawing on it speaks for existence of primitive art among the ancient inhabitants of this region.

      An ancient human's tooth takes a special place among the finds. With a conservative estimate, its age is not less than 80 thousand years. It can be attributed to the most ancient finds in the Eastern European area. Such things are of special value for the scientific world.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Crimea Mammoth Archaeological Finds   

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