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Tadzhikistan Archaeology

Grigori Semenov of the East Department of the Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg-Russia, explaining the Tajik fresco of Penjikent. According to Grigori Semenov In Tajikistan, President Rakmonov finds the classical period interesting, so there is some work on that. But the Bronze age, is not interesting to the President because there are no Turkmens.
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History and archaeology in Tadzhikistan
Grigori Semenov of the East Department of the Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg-Russia, explaining the Tajik fresco of Penjikent. According to Grigori Semenov In Tajikistan, President Rakmonov finds the classical period interesting, so there is some work on that. But the Bronze age, is not interesting to the President because there are no Turkmens.

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From gallery: Tadzhikistan Archaeology
Source: YumeVision
Date: 4 Jul 2001
Location: St. Petersburg Leningrad Russia
Credit: Swen Connrad'/YumeVision
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  • Archaeology
  • Archaeologist
  • Russia
  • Moscow
  • ST Petersburg
  • Leningrad
  • Hermitage
  • Museum
  • Digging
  • Excavation
  • Tajikistan
  • Tadzhikistan
  • Tadzhik
  • Dushanbe
  • Buddhism
  • Buddha
  • Islam
  • Muslim
  • Moslem
  • Sunnis
  • Shiites
  • Ismaeli
  • Ismaili

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