Stone stele dated back to VIII-VII cc. B.C. found in Kazakhstan
PAVLODAR. KAZINFORM The seventh stele of the Stone Age was discovered in Pavlodar region, Kazakhstan.
The Pavlodar regional museum organized a trip to Bayanaul district this year to survey archeological monuments in Kyzyltau. The stone stele of the early Iron Age, VII-VII centuries B.C. was unearthed there. On the top of it incused are solar signs in the form of circles.
Notably, a unique architectural monument of the Golden Horde age was found in North Kazakhstan. It is the first such a monument unearthed in the region. It is of great importance for it belongs to the so-called steppe Middle Age which still remains unexplored.