AKIPRESS.COM - The Naryn town museum received new archaeological finds.
Anthropologist Aida Abdykanova donated archaeological finds dating back to the ancient Stone Age found in the areas of Teke-Sekirik, Seitek, Aigir-Jal-2.
The handover event was attended by students, teachers and guests of the town.
Abdykanova is a candidate of historical sciences and currently teaches at the University of Central Asia in Naryn.
"Archaeological excavations had been conducted in Naryn since 2011. In 2011-2012 we worked in the Semetei cave, I brought a collection found back then. They belong to the Neolithic era. These are items used by people who lived 6,000 years ago. In addition, in the eastern part of Naryn there is a cave Teke Sekirik, where stone tools were found. The collection of the historical site Aigyr Jal-2 was handed to the Naryn Museum. In addition, a bronze knife, a tomb belonging to the Hun era, a gold ornament, and pendant of an argali tooth from the Mesolithic era were fould. After the study and analysis of historical finds, they should be transferred to the local museum," concluded professor Abdykanova.