Near Vladivostok were found the remains of an ancient settlement
University, conducting archeological excavations in the Bay area Ant that is on the Cape Turtle, found an ancient settlement. This large settlement has had special pits for dwellings, but also commercial shell pits and heaps.
As expected, found the settlement existed at least from 2.8 to 2 thousand years ago. Today the excavation works more than 50 people, including 10 people from the educational-scientific Museum of the far Eastern Federal University.
From the words of the leader of the expedition of Alexander Popov, who is Director of Educational-scientific Museum of FEFU, from all excavations the most stunning was the item of a certain design, which is made from the antlers elk bone. From scientists, this component is likely one of the components of the anchor. At that time, ancient people were interested in fishing on the high seas. Their Hobbies include coastal gathering and hunting.
Found the remains will paint a vivid picture of the time, it will be possible to understand the life of ancient people, to learn about the climate and the topography of the coast.
Note that to work in this area, scientists began in early July.
Help scholar students from the School of Humanities and potentiallyuseful on the history of the School of pedagogy. They actively help students from school number 18 from Artem. The expedition consisted of scientists from far Eastern branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. Recent geomorphological study, paleographic, palaeozoological research findings and monuments.
The General area where work is equal to 400 square meters. There are 7 pits and 2500 of finds of different types. Already have been found: pottery shards, bone tools, ornaments, items of stone tools, food remains, which was used by the ancient inhabitants. To the remnants of food scientists include the shells of mollusks, produced more than 2 thousand years ago. Now their habitat is to the South. Alexander Popov noted that it is likely that ancient people lived on the shores of the lagoon, and the climate corresponded to the current, but was wetter and warmer.