The Museum of archaeology
Archaeology Museum of Volgograd state University opened in 1986 on the initiative of the first rector of Volgograd state University M. M. Zagorulko, the Dean of the history Department B.…

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The reserve is detained "black diggers"
June 2, 2015 the staff of Department of protection of reserved territory detained two residents of p. Ibresi during illegal archaeological excavations in Alatyrsky area of the reserve. They had…

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Excavations in North-Western Armenia: the bronze Age South Caucasus

Colchis culture All this indicates a certain independence of the Colchis axe of late bronze age from the earlier, tube-head. On the other hand, not only in early axes of this type, but in their latest versions.

Customs the Custom of the premises of the deceased on the chariot, which dates back to bedeno-Alazani culture, was borrowed from the South, where burials with carts pulled by oxen, known from the beginning of the III Millennium BC. Trialeti.

Excavations in Anaklia by the way II, layer VI of Ameduri dated by the radiocarbon method twice – 1430, to D. E. and 3370 years (Mikeladze T. K. 1990. 22). This established pottery sequence does not contradict and accompanying material. Of the subjects.

Ancient settlements Designed a solid Foundation – the platform was covered with a wooden deck and seats woven from branches; these decks have served as floors of wooden buildings. On the settlements until they managed to trace only.

Excavations in the North of Western Armenia

Systematic excavations in North-Western Armenia (Harich) made a lot of new things in history. Here began the study of a single set of middle bronze age – presentano huge fortified settlement of rock type and about 80 excavated graves. The integrated approach provided an opportunity to identify the nature of the various stornetta of the aborigines, to establish the specificity of their material and spiritual culture (Khachatryan T. C, 1975.). Very expressive materials received during excavations of a burial ground in Chum salmon (Petrosjan L. A. 1973; 1976; 1984; 1989). Continue reading

New discoveries of archaeologists Vyatka
The discovery of new, previously unknown group of the Mari tribes. Penny of the people's militia of Minin and Pozharsky, minted in Yaroslavl in 1612. German counting tokens of the…

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The Babylonians used the integrals for astronomical calculations
Archaeologists have deciphered the texts of ancient Babylonian cuneiform tablets with astronomical calculations. This example mathematical and geometrical astronomy was the earliest known to science. As reported in the journal…

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