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Bronze Age Workshop Found by Saratov Archeologists
28.08.2009 16:00
Bronze Age Workshop Found by Saratov Archeologists

When excavating steppe tumuli in Kalmykia, archeologists found rare entombments. The graves of the pit and catacomb culture date back to the Bronze Age, i.e. the mid 3rd millennium B.C.
      The digging works were carried out by Saratov archeologists.
      Our colleagues managed to find a workshop of a craftsman of that era, with a whole set of tool heads, tools, intermediates and work materials - the head of the Archeology and Ethnography Department of Saratov State University Vladimir Lopatin told to Komsomolskaya Gazeta.


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