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Recreation On The Village Of Alecsandre Pops Of Newsybirsk

АнсамбльIn February this year, an international group of scientists published in Science Advances the results of studies of the genome of human remains about 7,500 years of age. They were found in the past century in the cave of the Damn Worth. I will. TAS() In the Primorian province, but detailed research has been possible only now.

Specialists compared existing data with the genomes of the present indigenous peoples of the Far East and found that the most likely descendants of the ancient hunters and collectors today are the indigenous people of the Ulch.

The TAS tells us how hunters and collectors not only lived in one territory, but they have maintained their traditions as well as the modern state of the ancient people of the Ulch.

The secret in ancient eyes

The Amur tribes, the direct descendants of the stone-throw hunters, were predicated by archaeologists in the past century when professional archaeological research in the Far East has just begun.

"The suggestion that neolytic monuments of about 7,000 years of age are linked to the culture of present indigenous peoples in the Far East has been in the hands of archaeologists for a long time since the earliest studies of the Alexei Warsnkov Academy, which studied the region in the 30s to 1970s of the past century. He had very many comparisons between the ornaments on ancient mountains and the clothing of current people, and they were very similar. He assumed that these neolitic practices were evidence of the cultural and historical and possibly ethnic origins of modern Amur peoples, and that the TAS was shared by the Director of the University of the Far East University (DAF) of the Archaeologist of Alexander Popov.

However, it was extremely difficult to confirm these assumptions.

"The Far East has very little anthropological material. The number of ancient graves over the age of 2000 can be counted on two fingers. These are unique objects. One of them is the Cave of the Bloody Worth, where people lived around 6,000 to 7000 years ago. There was a burnt house with artifacts of the Neolitha culture of the Ordnin, which notes Popov.