3,000-year-old burial mound discovered in Azerbaijan
Archaeologists have uncovered a 3,000-year-old burial mound in the Dizakhli village of Azerbaijan’s Gabala district.
The burial chamber of the mound (35 meters in diameter) was found beneath stone layer of 3 meters and soil layer of 4 meters.
Babayev recalled that two small mounds were discovered in that area in 1971.
The chief archaeologist added that the research will continue in the area.
The newly-discovered mound will be studied by an international expedition of Azerbaijani and Korean archaeologists.
Source: APA [June 29, 2016]