Season of archaeologists from the University of Warsaw in Armenia ended


The expedition of the Center of Mediterranean Archeology and the Institute of Archeology of the University of Warsaw has completed another season of research at Metsamor in Armenia.

Polish archaeologists have been conducting research in this area for six years, providing important information about the functioning of the settlement, whose history dates back to the beginnings of the Iron Age, i.e. the 12th century BC.

The mission is directed by Dr Krzysztof Jakubiak from the Institute of Archeology in the season of 2018. The scientists discovered half-kilogram brown bracelets, ceramics, glass beads, a bone-head with a duck-shaped head and three graves.

This year, archaeologists have been able to identify the remains of the building for the first time in the area of the lower city where the mission worked.

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