Ust-Poluyskoe settlement

The full name of this historical and archaeological site of federal significance «complex of monuments, the era of the late iron: settlement and sacrificial place», and among researchers and ordinary visitors of this complex it sounds less pompous as Ust-Poluyskoe settlement.

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To date, settlement is practically in the city of Salekhard on Cape Anhalt, a few kilometers from the confluence of the river Polui into the mainstream of the river Ob. And despite a fairly long period of excavation and study of the settlement of Ust-Poluyskogo and complex was opened in 1932, the construction of a hydro local, researchers continue to work, because, according to many experts, archaeological materials, which are obtained by historians, has a fairly great importance for the understanding of the ancient history of the West Siberian Plain.

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It is worth noting that according to the comparative analysis of archaeological, as well as radiocarbon studies found artifacts, Ust-Poluyskoe settlement, refers to the period of its existence, from the first century BC. Which in turn outputs this archaeological finds in a row to other archaeological discoveries found in different years in the Russian Federation.

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And its existence as a historical value Ust-Poluyskoe settlement obligation Miliyanchuk Adrianov – Young, St. Petersburg scientist who as a member of the Leningrad Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkammer) by chance was on a business trip in Obdorsk (old name of Salekhard).

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One of the workers at the excavation of a hydro excavation, discovered products of bone, stone and highly artistic ceramics, which he gave to a young scientist. And the first serious archaeological excavations Ust-Polui began four years later, an archaeological expedition led by the same Hadrian.

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