In Adygea, experts have found the ancient mounds 9 and 12 under barrows dolmens

July 28, 2012 21:04

In the course of the next working out to survey the territory with the alleged finding of archaeological monuments Chief Expert control for protection and use of cultural heritage Adygea Hatu Lovpache identified 21 archeological objects that date back to 4.2 millennium BC.

In Adygea, experts have found the ancient mounds 9 and 12 under barrows dolmens

In Adygea, experts have found the ancient mounds 9 and 12 under barrows dolmens

Archaeological Ensemble of 9 and 12 under barrows mounds dolmen, parts of which are well preserved and clearly visible from the mound, located on a large area of about 3 hectares, southwest p.Pervomaysky (Abadzehskoe rural settlement). They are located on the ridge and descend the three parallel rows.

As stressed by the head of the Office for the Protection and Use of Cultural Heritage of the RA Rustem Tsipin like working visits are ongoing for a more complete picture of the archaeological heritage of the country. And the list of archaeological sites periodically replenished in the republic today, there are about three thousand of these objects.

Megalithic sites are located mainly in Maikop district. Closest to the Maikop considered dolmen, located in Section Kamennomostsky. An interesting fact is that now identified objects are the closest to the capital of the republic.

"What is fraught with each of these objects can be detected only archaeological research. Officially Pervomaysky excavations never issue, but there are traces of black diggers, one of them was arrested in early June. Currently identified sites considered and are under state protection, "- said Hatu Lovpache.

He also said that such working trips are ongoing, in parallel with management experts on the protection and use of cultural heritage in Adygea are several archeologists from Moscow and St. Petersburg. Soon fellow "Hermitage" plans to resume excavations in the area of the river tract bag.

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