Ancient Agarak Site in Armenia

Agarak is an important archaeological site located in Armenia. It dates from the early Bronze Age, and excavations at the site have revealed large quantities of ceramic fragments and statuettes.

This is a picture of an ancient Urartian burial niche at the Agarak archaeological site in what is present-day Armenia. It dates from roughly the 8th or 7th century BCE.

The ruins of this ancient structure located at the Agarak archaeological site in Armenia date from the early Bronze Age.

by James Blake Wiener World History Encyclopedia

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