Mongolia-Monaco expedition in search of new archaeological findings

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A Cooperation Agreement on the Mongolia-Monaco joint “Northern Tamir and Hun Empire” expedition was signed between the governor of Arkhangai province and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology in Monaco.

Mongolia-Monaco expedition in search of new archaeological findings

Head of the archaeology expedition Jerome Magat gave a presentation to the governor on the planned works to study the stone-age settlements, mounds from the Bronze and early Iron Ages and Hunnu tombs, located in northern Tamir river, valley of Bayantsagaan, and rocks of Avdarkhad.

The 60-day expedition aims at discovering new research instruments to make deeper studies on the Hun empire periods, as well as the Bronze and early Iron ages.

Source: Montsame News Agency [August 11, 2015]

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