Metsamor - Excavation Sequence S16

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James Blake Wiener
by Institute of Archaeology University of Warsaw
published on 05 October 2018

Different stages of the excavation in Sector VIII - Square 16. The models are showing the progress during a two weeks period in the 2015 season of Metsamor, Armenia. The stone walls belong to a partially underground structure of so far unknown function. Among the finds were fragments of human remains and a large piece of burnt wooden beam located near the foundation of the wall. The building is probably dated to the Early Iron Age.(Armenian-Polish Archaeological Mission - Metsamor.)

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