In the Altai museum found about three thousand artifacts

In Barnaul, presented the findings discovered during excavations in the Altai museum. As previously reported by the press service of the regional administration for culture and archives, the museum archaeologists found wooden structure dating back to XVIII century.

Besides the remains of the building — the basement and floors of larch and brick walls — found coins, glassware and ceramics (ink, pharmacy vials, bottles of vinegar, the Soviet propaganda dishware, etc.) as well as toothbrushes, made of bone health tools, horseshoes, chisels, door handles and much more, according

According to the famous archaeologist, Ph.D. Vladimir Semibratova, excavated along with the students of the Altai State University, it is too early to draw any conclusions about what that building was located on the found foundations. "We can assume that it was the house for officers and employees of the Mountain and Mountain pharmacy laboratory, located near" — says archaeologist.

"Archaeological work in this area is begun with the launch of a large-scale reconstruction of the museum, which will occur in the coming years. The governor's decision to conduct archaeological work allocated 400 thousand. It should be noted that the findings in this area have already been. Now they can be seen in the museum, "The City." It is gratifying that the decision to continue the excavation was not made in vain. We are already seeing just wonderful things of great interest to science Altai Territory. And there are thousands of finds, "- said the deputy governor of the Altai Territory Daniel Bessarabia.

According to him, in the next few years a lot of work to create a new image of the Altai Territory museum: to be a new building for the storage facility and exhibits, restored historic building. In addition, the street will re-create a full-size steam engine Polzunov. Also already considering further museumfication latest findings and the inclusion of the excavation in the museum.

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