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13 February 2005
Ancient settlement found in Azerbaijan

An ancient settlement dated, according to experts, back to the 4th millennium BCE was discovered along the section of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline near Beyuk Kesik village of Agstafa region (Azerbaijan), it was announced by Institute of Ethnography of the National Academy of Sciences. The findings showed that the inhabitants of this area used to be in close relations with Mesopotamian, Asian culture. The experts say this is the third monument of this kind discovered so far in the South Caucasus.

Source: AzerTAj (12 February 2005)

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