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Scientists of the Nenets AD discovered artefacts of the III-I millennium BC in Naryan-Mar area

Scientists from the Nenets Museum of Local History and Pustozersky Museum-Reserve have discovered artefacts of the III-I millennium BC during the expedition to the area of Lake Saindeita in the upper reaches of the river Ortina (the tributary of river Pechora), the press service of the administration of the Nenets Autonomous District informed.
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«Among the findings of the expedition are fragments of ceramic vessels, silicon arrowheads, and bronze ornaments. A fragment of an iron object has also been found; it looks like a feather but it is not yet possible to determine its purpose and what was the object which the fragment was a part of. The findings made of silicon are dated to the III-I millennium BC, other items belong to the late Iron Age (V-XII century AD),» the message said.

«There used to be fishing grounds in these parts — people came, camped, hunted, and moved on,» Sergei Mitkin, the head of the expedition and a research fellow at the Nenets Museum of Local History is quoted by the press service as saying.

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