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Siberian archaeologists will use wood for dating of the ancient settlement of Ust-Voykar in Yamal

The scientists at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography (IAE) of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SB RAS) will determine the age of constructions at Ust-Voykar, a site of ancient settlement, located in the Yamal Peninsula in the area of Arctic Circle, using analysis of annual rings of wood, Igor Slyusarenko, a senior researcher at the IAE SB RAS told the journalists.
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«Work is underway to date [using annual wood rings analysis] the constructions at such an interesting site as ancient settlement of Ust-Voykarskoe. The settlement stands on permafrost, it is in fact a multi-layered 'pie' and there are 8 to 10 metres of occupation earth layers and a lot of remains of buildings. The wood there is very well preserved, which allows to order the occupation earth layers chronologically,» Slusarenko explained.

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