In Lugansk region archaeologists have discovered ancient settlements in the region.
Specialists of the archeological center “the heritage” of the East-Ukrainian national University named after Volodymyr Dahl in the summer of archaeological studies conducted a large-scale search operation on the left Bank of the Seversky Donets within Kremensky district to identify and account for unknown objects of national cultural and historical heritage. The result of this work was the discovery of ten entirely new multi-layered settlements with the materials of ancient cultures from the Neolithic to the early middle ages.
Especially valuable for Ukrainian historical science is discovery, settlement “Serebryansky-2” in the Kremen lesookhotnichy economy. Here were found the fragments of casting moulds and ornamented pottery, tools of stone and bone, remains of dwellings of the late Neolithic period. This settlement promising for future excavations stationary.
“We have successfully completed another season, – said the Director of the Archaeological Museum INSIDE them. V. Dahl Eugene Black. University Archaeological Museum was enriched with new unique exhibits, and the Ukrainian science was enriched with the latest information about drevneishego Eastern region”.
This year, according to scientific Director of AC “heritage”, PhD Professor Sergey sanzharov, the summer archaeological investigations consisted of two phases. During may-June the staff and students of the University worked on the left Bank of the Seversky Donets within the Kremensky area. The second stage of the summer research included participation in the joint expedition on the don at the S. Pukhlyakova with the Rostov archeologists, employees of southern Federal University in Russia. Here they investigated multilayer Parking “Razdory 2” and took part in the reconstruction of the residential complex of the ancient settlement. Based on the experience of excavation were reconstructed dugouts, semidugouts, ground dwelling, the ancient mound and household plots, which became a historical complex “the Lost world”.