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10 Ancient Burial Places Discovered in Stavropol Territory
13.12.2010 14:52
10 Ancient Burial Places Discovered in Stavropol Territory

The burial grounds recently found in Stavropol Territory date back to different periods, the earliest of them 5th millennium B.C.
      
      The burial places were found out in the course of underground laying works.
      
      Archeologists dug out ceramic vessels, labour tools made of silicon, a bronze knife, and glass beads in the ancient mounds.
      
      As the head of the archeological expedition pointed out, the most significant were the earliest burial mounds, because they were very few in the North Caucasus. As he said, those were remains of the people who had probably been the first human beings to settle in the area of the present Stavropol Territory.
      
      Source:
      rusnovosti.ru
      stav.kp.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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