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Charred Turnip Sheds Light On Conquest Of Siberia

The turnip, pictured here, was ready for cooking in a large clay pot when the log house caught fire and was quickly destroyed in flames, say archeologists.

Yet the meal was preserved, and nearby in an excavation of historical importance concerning Siberia’s development were found pieces of Venetian glassware, along with the remains of women’s knitted stockings and footwear.

Tara – in Omsk region – is significant because it was one of the earliest settlements by Russians as they went eastward, founded in 1594 by Prince Andrey Eletsky…

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