SUSU Scientists Make a Map of Migration in the Southern Urals in the Bronze Age

How collectives moved across the territory of the South Urals in the Bronze Age and where individuals came from, scientists from South Ural State University find out.

The university received a grant for the development of a large-scale project, which will allow tracking the migration of ancient people and will become the basis for further research in this topic in other territories. The project is supervised by the chief researcher of the REC for Eurasian Studies, d.i.n.. Andrey Epimakhov
…The Ural collaboration was created to work on the project, into which different organizations have integrated. Forces involved Institute of Mineralogy, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Miass, Institute of Geography RAS (Moscow), as well as the Institute of Geology and Geochemistry named after. Academician Zavaritsky Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Yekaterinburg. Work requires a synthesis of different information, therefore archaeologists interact in our team, geologists, geochemistry…
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