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Gorno-Altaisk state University

The Museum was organized in 1994 under the guidance of the scientific worker of the scientific-research sector of Gorno-Altaisk state University, V. I. Soenov and the assistant of the chair of Russian history and law A. B. Abela. The basis of the exhibition includes materials obtained in archaeological excavations of V. D. Kubarev, V. A. Mogilnikova, V. I. Sainova, A. C. Abela, etc.

In 2011, the Museum of archaeology became part of the Museum complex of the Gorno-Altai state University.

The Museum holds the work of educational, cultural, and scientific nature:

on the basis of the Museum is Museum practice students of historical faculty;

for first-year students is conducted “archaeological skit” – presentation of results of archaeological expeditions Gaga;

there are thematic excursions for schoolchildren, visitors, University students and other educational institutions of the city;

the Museum participates in citywide events;

publikuyutsya the Museum;

the Museum of archaeology participated in the archaeological expeditions of the University, office and office processing of obtained materials;

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