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Archeologists to Dug Out Palace of Ancient Capital of Golden Horde
19.01.2009 12:19
Archeologists to Dug Out Palace of Ancient Capital of Golden Horde

Russian archeologists plan to start excavations of the conjectural palace on site of Selitrennoe Village in the Astrakhan Region, where the city of Sarai Batu, the capital of the Golden Horde, was located.
      
      The public building of the 16th century on the area of Selitrennoe site is supposedly a big house of a palace type and needs archeological research. Its remains were found in 1998. Further excavations will give an opportunity for complete study of this Golden Horde architecture monument. Archeologists did not find any similar objects on the site and so they developed a program to make a museum out of this unique archeological monument, including building of a pavilion over the uncovered constructions, chemical conservation and partial reconstruction.
      
      The studied architectural object is to become one of the main exhibits of the created open-air museum.
      
      Source: mk.ru
      


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