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Archeologists to Restore Appearance of 18th Century Tula Dwellers
10.04.2018 12:49
Archeologists to Restore Appearance of 18th Century Tula Dwellers

 40 burials and a church basement of the 18th century were found in the course of excavations in Krestovozdvizhenskaya Square in the center of Tula. 

Specialists plan to recreate the appearance of the dwellers of Tula of that time. Alexey Sviridov, the head of the archaeological expedition, which has been conducting research in this part of the city since 2017 has told about it. 

«We are going to order a pictorial face reconstruction of several skulls. It is  interesting to see the faces of people who lived here 300 years ago,» - Mr.Sviridov said. The drawings are planned to be exhibited in the Tula Regional Museum of Local Lore together with the finds diacovered in the excavations.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Archaeological Finds    

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