Anthropologists are studying the population of ancient Altai

Scientists from Tyumen, Tomsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khanty-Mansiysk, and Barnaul are studying the characteristics of the people of the south of Western and Middle Siberia during the Neolithic and early Bronze Age (6,000 years BC – 2,000 years BC). As a result of their interdisciplinary research, they learned new information about the appearance of the population, restored 150 skulls, and described the specifics of migration of people from western territories.

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