On the coast don archaeologists have unearthed an 8,000-year-old artifacts of unknown culture

The researchers from St. Petersburg have managed to identify during the excavation of the artifacts, which reached the level of 8000 years.

It should be noted that the above findings lurked in the vicinity of the don river. According to researcher Anton Zaitsev, drew attention identified in Rakushechny Yar ceramic samples. About it reports the edition Liga news Russia.

Before the archaeologists were able to dig up the settlement during the reign of Peter I.

These samples were products of culture that existed in the VII century BC. The artifacts were statues and various ornaments made of shells and a hoe, for their manufacture was used the horns of a deer.

Rakushechny Yar is a place that is regularly subjected to devastating floods, so local people must always be on guard. Unfortunately a very big, intentions Nignegorskiy state Hermitage expeditions failed to preserve cultural heritage in full, therefore, some samples dated 1970-1980 years, landed in the don.

The existence of an ancient culture also say the traces left by hunters, fishermen and craftsmen. Archaeologists noted that while the area they were found the remains of ancient people.
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