10:54 / 29.05.2024

Ruins of a city with two-thousand-year history found in Surkhandarya 

Archaeological findings were discovered during a joint Uzbek-Chinese expedition.

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In the Uzun district of Surkhandarya region, during research conducted by an Uzbek-Chinese archaeological expedition, graves with a 4,000-year history and the ruins of a city with a 2,000-year history were discovered, the press service of the regional administration reports.

In particular, various ceramic vessels, weapons, jewelry, figurines, remains of city towers and various ancient graves were discovered.

According to the preliminary conclusions of scientists, these archaeological finds date back to the Kang, Kushan and Yuezhi (Massaget) eras and date back to the 2nd century BC – 3rd century AD.

Currently, research work at this site continues by a joint archaeological expedition of Uzbekistan and China.

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