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Archeologists Dig Out Oldest House in Kursk City
30.05.2008 19:44
Archeologists Dig Out Oldest House in Kursk City

For the first time Kursk archeologists have discovered a housing construction of the early 11th century in the city.
      According to the Regional Archeology Museum Principal Custodian Aleksandr Zorin, this finding is unique, since it is the first whole object of that period discovered in Kursk.
      Archeologists working at the digging site found a semi-dugout with a cob stove inside dating back to the first half of the 11th century.
      This find shows that nearby there might be some other buildings of the same period; they are of great interest for historical research of the ancient city of Kursk.


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