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Pamela Logan's Asia Adventure Page

ARCHEOLOGY IN TUVA


Uncovering skeletons and pottery in a Scythian grave

In 1995 I joined a team of Russian archeologists sponsored by the Golden Griffin Foundation in excavating a Scythian burial mound. The dig was located in a region called Mongun Taiga, located in western Tuva, which is an autonomous republic of the Russian Federation. After the expedition I wrote some articles to help publicize the foundation's work. You can also read a hair-raising selection from expedition leader's journal.

 


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