The Development of the Russian Project

By: E. G.

Originally Published in 1933

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IN the Bulletin for January 1932, we reported on the survey which Mr. Eugene Golomshtok had made for the Museum, during the previous summer, of archeological and anthropological activity in Russia. We announced at that time that arrangements had been made with leading Russian institutions for the exchange of publications, photographs, and other material. A considerable quantity of this material has been received and has been found to be of much interest; it is, of course, available to all those who wish to refer to it.

Briefly referred to in our article of a year ago as a fertile field for archaeological research, the Minusinsk region of Siberia has been the site of discoveries of no little importance. A short account of one phase of these finds and the problem involved appears in the following article by Mr. Golomshtok.

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G., E.. "The Development of the Russian Project." Museum Bulletin IV, no. 2 (February, 1933): 40-40. Accessed July 15, 2024.

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