A unique wall painting has discovered in Karakalpakstan
A new palace was opened on the archaeological Akshahan Kala. Those buildings date back to the end of III century BC - beginning of II century AD. During excavation interesting wall paintings was discovered in one of the palace halls. There’re images of people that is not specifically for our region.
Image is partially restored and it gives us the opportunity to suppose that this room was used for committed rituals. This area previously was a part of ancient Khorezm state where Zoroastrianism was widespread. The find is very valuable, as it allows scientists to learn more about this period of history.