Man`s skull of V-VI centuries discovered in Algeti
Anglers have discovered a skull of a man that dates back to the early Middle Ages at the Algeti water reservoir. Scientists have already viewed the discovery saying it was the skull of about 40 year-old man that dates back to the V-VI centuries AD. The skull has been sent to the anthropology laboratory for scrupulous examination. The archaeologists have also discovered sepulchers and traces of a populated area, which confirms that the territory was populated in early middle ages. The archaeologists will begin detailed exploration of the territory soon.
Yet another discovery has been made in the Old Tbilisi district, N3 Tumaniani Street, during the construction of a new building for the residents of a block of apartments, which was damaged by the 2002 earthquake.
The minaret removed from the Mosque has been returned back to the village of Chella in Akhaltsikhe Region in the southern part of Georgia. Local Muslims gathered outside awaiting the arrival of the minaret in the village.
Mufti of All Georgia Jemal Paksadze has been transferred to hospital with heart attack - the head of the Union of Muslims of Georgia, Tariel Nakaidze announced at the Friday prayer in the Batumi Mosque today.
The scandal of minaret demolition in Akhaltsikhe region`s village of Chella was followed by protests of local Muslims, while today, locals of Orthodox Origin went out in the streets and blocked up Tbilisi-Akhaltsikhe motorway objecting to the protest of Muslims.
Administration of the Patriarch of Georgia has commented on the developments in Akhaltsikhe region`s village of Chela, where the Revenue Service officers demolished minaret due to the lack of required customs documents.