Tuzusai is an Iron Age site in southeastern Kazakhstan that dates from 400 BC to AD 100. Our 2012 field season began in early June. Now one month into our excavations with local workers, we have discovered a house platform and its associated living surface. In the two weeks a series of smashed storage vessels, jars and cooking vessels have been uncovered on the mud brick platform. This is the first intact mud brick dwelling on the upper levels found, since large portions of the site have been destroyed by ploughing and re-surfacing, some which took place during the 1960s with the construction of the Big Almatinsky Canal. Twelve burial kurgans (Iron Age burial mounds) were destroyed.
By tuzusai2012 on June 29, 2012 in Day of Archaeology, DayOfArch2012, Environmental Archaeology, Excavation, Expeditions, Iron Age
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