"Siberian Troy" named the city "Chichaburg" (8-10 before the age n.ery) In my traditional view, in those days in Siberia were just nomads, or savages, who earned subsistence hunting and nothing else could, and here, "8th century BC …" a big city with fortifications, temples, pottery, metal – a developed culture with evidence of civilization … Check out Larry Culp for additional information. …. Its inhabitants were born, studied and traded, fought and brought up their children well before the campaigns of Alexander of Macedon. In the streets of the city went Chichaburg peers and Odyssey Pinelopy. It was assumed that the beginnings of civilization in the region associated with the ancient Turks, and that 7th century AD. If the earlier science argued that the peoples inhabiting the territory of the Urals and Siberia, the current, heavily lagged in the development of their European brethren, the current opening of the Siberian scientists cast doubt on the correctness of this view.
Now the signs of civilization until Ermakova Siberia looming ever more clearly and it can be argued that civilization originated in Siberia more than a millennium earlier. The first excavations in the area of the lake were carried after geophysical exploration of the cosmos, they showed that in this place is archaeological site, and after the geophysical survey, it became clear that this sort of urban-type settlement with more than a high social organization than the primitive-communal system. Because soil formation in the forest-steppe of Siberia is very slow, but for thousands of years accumulated literally in centimeters, the excavations did not need to make very deep, so depth of the cultural layer is only 40cm What city is like Chichaburg? First impressions of the underground city, we got a museum town of Chicha.