Ancient household items and arms have been found.
Scientists from the Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences are studying a Neolithic settlement on the coast of the Gulf of Finland.
According to Interfax, Neolithic artefacts were discovered in the village of Kovashi in Leningrad Region. The findings give grounds to believe that primitive people could live there.
According to Natalia Soloviova, deputy director of the Institute, a stone addice and fragments of ceramic vessels were found.
Besides, later there was a burial ground of the 12th-17th centuries in that place with battle axes and knives found there.