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First Archaeological Survey of Melting Ice Margins in The Altai Mountains

The Altai Mountains are geographically located in western Mongolia. Prehistorically, the societies of arid steppes of Mongolia and Eastern Eurasia have practiced hunting for their subsistence. Later on, they shifted to herding for survival that transformed this region into a crucial social and economic centre of the ancient world. Initially, there was relatively little evidence …

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Southwest Germany’s earliest known gold artefact found in Tübingen

Gold has a distinguished place in human societies from time immemorial. It is considered a precious, and symbolically pure element in the day-to-day life of humans. Recently, researchers of Universitaet Tübingen discovered the earliest known gold artefact of Tübingen. They have come across this artefact made up of gold during a regular archaeological excavation in …

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