At the excavations in Kerch found a two thousand year old statue
Archaeologists discovered during excavations of the ancient Mirmekysky settlement in Kerch a large marble statue about two thousand years old, which may indicate the existence of a large temple there.…

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Modern
Modern - (French moderne from the Latin. Modemus - new, modern) - the period of development of European art at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries, the main content of…

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Burial Facility-3.

It is possible that someone has already heard about the excavations of this necropolis, read materials in the open spaces of the network, watched reports on TV. However, the quality of the presentation of information in the media about archaeological discoveries is not particularly high. Due to the specifics of their profession, journalists do not go deep into details (and sometimes due to simple incompetence, but this is not a generalization, please do not take journalists reading this opus into your account). In most cases, specialists simply simply have no time to explain to the public that yes how. After all, the more and more interesting you dig up – the thicker the report. Then you still have to report to the conferences. And then publish. In general, write without stopping. Continue reading

The history of the archaeological study of the Mayan cities

The first civilized people of America that the Spaniards encountered during the conquest of the lands of the western hemisphere were Maya. In 1517, on the rocky coast of Cape Katoch (Yucatan Peninsula), the first test of strength of two warring worlds occurred, separated from each other not only by the boundless expanses of the ocean, but also by whole epochs of historical development. Conquistadors armored in steel armor armed with European military equipment and tactics of those years agreed in a decisive battle with numerous armies of Maya Indians armed with spears and arrows with stone tips. The outcome of this unequal struggle was predetermined by history itself. But the Maya for many years fiercely defended their independence from the encroachments of foreign conquerors. Even in 1540, i.e. 20 years after the death of the powerful Aztec state, much of the Yucatan was still in the hands of the Indians. Continue reading

Near Sevastopol, archaeologists have found “Scythian gold”

Numerous gold and silver ornaments were found during the excavations of the unique necropolis of the late Roman time.
Numerous gold and silver ornaments were found during the excavations of the unique necropolis of the late Roman time.
During excavations at the Sevastopol construction site of the federal highway “Tavrida” near the village of Frontovoye, archaeologists of the Crimean newly built expedition of the Institute of Archeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences found a unique object – the untouched by modern looters of the II – IV centuries of our era. Continue reading

At the excavations in Kerch found a two thousand year old statue

Archaeologists discovered during excavations of the ancient Mirmekysky settlement in Kerch a large marble statue about two thousand years old, which may indicate the existence of a large temple there.
Archaeologists discovered during excavations of the ancient Mirmekysky settlement in Kerch a large marble statue about two thousand years old, which may indicate the existence of a large temple there.
This was reported to TASS by Alexander Butyagin, head of the antique archeology department of the ancient world department of the State Hermitage Museum, who leads the expedition. Continue reading

Bone pin of Kampyrtepa fortress. From the history of hairpins

A unique antique monument – Kampyrtepa fortress, located on the right bank of the r. Amu-Darya, 30 km. south-west of Termez in the south of the Surkhandarya region of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Since 1972, his systematic research has been conducted by the Tokharistan Expedition of the Institute of Art Studies of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, under the guidance of Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor Edward Vasilyevich Rtveladze. In the late 80s, an archeological detachment of the Surkhan-Darya regional local history museum worked as part of the expedition. As a result of the research, rich archeological material was obtained, which was transferred to the museum funds. Continue reading

Soviet and Jewish artist
The outstanding artist of the Soviet era Honored Artist Realistic Writing Wizard Guetzky Semyon Natanovich (Simkha Nusenovich), a Soviet painter was born on May 15, 1902 in Zhytomyr. He graduated…

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Archaeology magazine summed up the outgoing year and made a rating of the most significant archaeological discoveries and finds. 1. The composition of the blue paint of the Maya is…

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Monet Claude Oscar
Claude Oscar Monet was born in Paris on November 14, 1840. When the future artist was five years old, his family moved to the port city of Le Havre on…

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