Iranian archaeological expedition has finished excavations of the ancient Parthian cemetery in the province Hormozgan. From the land recovered over 10 ballot boxes and a lot of jewelry from talc. The real sensation was the discovery of the skeleton of the baby.
Iranian archaeological expedition discovered in the town of primarily luxury-resort destination-and-Ibrahim the province Hormozgan burial of the era of the Parthian Kingdom. Specialists removed from the ground more than 10 urns with ashes of the ancient inhabitants of Persia. In most graves the researchers found jewelry made of talc.
Burials were excavated on the site of the ancient Parthian city which was situated just three kilometers from the coast of the Gulf of Hormuz. Previously, scientists knew about the existence in the area of the fortified settlements, but only a few years ago they were able to pinpoint the area of the cemetery in which the inhabitants of ancient Parthia buried their loved ones. Unfortunately, insufficient funding of the project did not allow the object to provide adequate protection. “Black archeologists” from among the locals literally attacked the graveyard and demolished a large number of ancient graves. Continue reading
Stationed this year the archaeological expedition “Kyzyl-Kuragino” was the Pius-khemsky district. In the famous Valley of the kings, near the village of Arzhaan on the shores of salt lake White town expanded from 32 tents. At the opening ceremony on behalf of the Government of the Republic the participants and guests of the expedition were welcomed by Vice-Premier Anatoly Damba-Khuurak.
Could not attend the opening ceremony and representatives of the Russian geographical society. On behalf of the President of the RGS Sergei Shoigu with the beginning of the season congratulated Gennady Oleynik, Executive Director of the RGO.
On the route of the railroad “Kyzyl-Kuragino” archaeological work going on and the Krasnoyarsk territory. To congratulate the Tuvan camp was attended by a delegation from Krasnoyarsk archaeological camp “Ermak”.
Artists of the ensemble “Sayan”, “Change-Haa” presented an interesting concert program, guests were delighted with the Tuvan Gorovikov Continue reading
A group of archaeologists from Vanderbilt University (USA) and several Chilean universities found in the vicinity of the oldest known primitive people of the Clovis culture in South America earlier traces of the temporary camps belonging, probably, to people of other cultures. Radiocarbon Dating showed that the found artifacts are aged from 14 000 to 19 000 years, whereas the oldest known traces of representatives of the Clovis appeared not later than 14 thousand years ago. The paper was published in the journal PLoS ONE .
Scientists examined several locations in the area of the oldest known to date Parking representatives of culture Clovis Chilean Monte Verde. Archaeologists have found stone tools 39 and 12 small camp-fires, around which were scattered animal bones with traces of processing (they were broken and fragmented) and fire, as well as nut shells and remains of other edible plants. This bone belonged as rather large animals — ancient llamas, mastodons, and small prehistoric horses and deer. However, neither they nor drugite could be in Monte Verde at the time because of the rather cold climate and lack of vegetation, hence, their killed and skinned in a different place, and only then delivered to the Parking lot. Continue reading