Paleogenetic from Germany will study found in Siberia bones of ancient man

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Bones of ancient people who lived in Siberia 49 thousand years ago, will be investigated paleogenetics the max Planck Institute in Berlin, told RIA Novosti Director of the research center «Baikal region», Irkutsk state University (ISU) Catherine Moldings.

Bones of ancient human scientists of the Irkutsk state University have discovered during the excavations that took place in the summer of 2016 in the Tunka valley in the Parking lot of tuyana. They were found in a separate burial, but in General the archaeological complex.

«This finding, which has 49 thousand years, can give new information on the evolution of man and his settlement. To spend paleogenetics research the remains found in the Parking lot of tuyana will be sent to Germany to the max Planck Institute. This will help to answer the question these bones belong to homo sapiens or any other kind of people,» — said RIA Novosti Director of the research center «Baikal region», Irkutsk state University Catherine Moldings.

The work of scientists to study the materials of the archaeological expedition 2016 continues. Except for the bones of ancient man, there were found more than 7 thousand artifacts — tools, hunting, jewelry.

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