Azerbaijani Museum of History obtains new archaeological finds
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 7
By Ilhama Isabalayeva - Trend:
The Department of Archaeology of the National Museum of History of the Azerbaijani National Academy of Sciences has recently obtained new archaeological finds, the academy told Trend Jan. 7.
Around 73 findings were discovered during archaeological excavations in Ismayilbeytepe and Fermantepe settlements near the villages of Khyndyrstan and Ayaq Garvend of the Agdam district. The excavations were conducted by the Karabakh Neolithic-Chalcolithic Expedition of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography in 2013-2014, the statement says.
These findings relate to V-IV millennium BC.
The archaeological findings were delivered to the museum by the member of Karabakh expedition, representative of the Azerbaijani National History Museum, Doctor of Philosophy in History Nasir Guluzade.
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