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Exploring the ruins of the Kingdom of Kush

Archaeological expedition discovered the biggest find of the decade: the scientists of Italy and Russia have found traces of an ancient and poorly known culture of Meroe, Rastsvetaeva in the VIII century BC up to the III century BC in the Sudan. Archaeologists, in a joint archaeological expedition in the Sudan discovered the biggest find of the past decade.

In the Sudan found the biggest archaeological find of the decade

In the Sudan worked international archaeological expedition, which included specialists from the Russian Federation and Italy. They made an interesting discovery and nataliepo most in the last ten years.

Russian scientists have found in the Sudan is the largest archaeological find of the decade

In the Sudan in Eastern Africa, a group of scientists discovered an important archaeological finds. …At the end of last year, the archaeologists have found an altar of basalt, that is, from the liquid lava, which froze and turned into rock. Continue reading

During excavations in China archaeologists have discovered objects of gold and jade

Chinese archaeologists, who conducted excavations in the area of known archaeological site of Sanxingdui, located in the southwest of China, Sichuan province, were found numerous gold and jade jewelry, according to news Agency Xinhua.

The archaeological site of Sanxingdui is a place of careful work of archaeologists has been for at least three decades, but the finding of similar values are able to detect extremely rare — the last one of gold was found here in 1990-ies.

“The product was found, the approximate age of 3 thousand years, indicate the high social status living here once people. Gold and jade attest to the prosperity of the settlements here,” says lei Yu, an archeologist from Sichuan Institute.

Yu adds that the portions of the ancient walls, was found here earlier, could apply to two small towns.

The area is known Sanxingdui finds a variety of objects of antiquity from the beginning of the twentieth century, however, full excavations began in 1986, after the discovery of working pits for sacrifice. Continue reading

Discovered unique archeological finds beneath the temple

In November-December 2015 was held the reconstruction of the building Staff OBOK “inspection for protection of the cultural heritage site of Kursk region” on separate sites of the Church of the Resurrection has conducted archaeological work. In the study area of about 70 sq m have found artifacts of different eras.

Press-service of administration of Kursk region reported on the results of archaeological excavations during the reconstruction of the Church of the Resurrection, located on Lunacharskogo street. Only specialists have studied an area of 70 square meters.

During reconstruction of the Church of the Resurrection, located in Kursk, in the street Lunacharsky at the end of last year, discovered a unique historical artifacts from different eras.

Excavations in Kursk gave the answers yet to all questions

In November-December 2015 was held the reconstruction of the building Staff OBOK”inspection for protection of the cultural heritage site of Kursk region

Were found during the excavations and coins of the Russian Empire, which, according to archaeologists, clearly indicate that the resurrection of the original wooden Church was built in 1730-ies. Continue reading

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