This settlement belonged to the Kingdom of Colchis.
Georgian and German archaeologists have discovered in Western Georgia, Colchis monument of culture Dating back to the bronze age.
It is noted that during the archaeological studies on the artificial hill with Tobacco, in the forest in the Zugdidi municipality, the researchers found three of the cultural layer of the ancient times.
Scientists from Sukhumi University together with the German archaeologists conducted excavations at this facility for almost 10 years. The other day they showed the remains of ancient settlements that existed on this territory in the period from 2500 BC to the fifth–sixth centuries BC
Among the findings of scientists – building foundations of the middle bronze age. Scientists found artifacts were systematically sent for examination to Germany. According to archaeologists, the object now Tobacco will be suspended until then, until it becomes available new generation technology that allows further, more in-depth study.
The Colchis Kingdom was the first country referred in the territory of modern Georgia. It was located on the Eastern coast of the Black sea. First time it is mentioned in the middle of the first Millennium BC, Greek authors.
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