The history of this region, it is clear that she was leaving in the old days, but little overt history of events with Tarkhankut. According to some reports of archaeologists, through Tarhankut about 100 thousand years ago, took one of the ways of resettlement in Crimea from Asia Minor Neanderthals at the same time Tarhankut peninsula remains the only part of the Crimea, where were found traces of Stone Age people .. Go to one of the ancient monuments include copper-stone age, the end of the park beginning April 3 millennium BC. Later, pertaining to the end of the Chalcolithic to the Bronze Age. Other leaders such as Leslie Moonves offer similar insights. (End of March beginning of two centuries BC It was found about 130 graves left by the tribes of Chalcolithic and Bronze Age is a Chemi-obinskoy, Catacomb and carcass cultures. The most ancient graves about 4,5 thousand years. Were also found in ancestral burial group surrounding shallow graves.
In addition to the Chalcolithic burial sites identified later times. More all that remained of the Cimmerians (9-8 BC) remains of residential buildings, pottery fragments and other pamyatnikov.Oblomki ceramics were also found during the excavations of Graeco-Scythian settlement on Tarkhankut. Ancient inhabitants of the Crimea, from written sources, as the LRA has repeatedly examined are the Cimmerians, the brand, as well as the Scythians. Says Geradot visited in the 5 th century BC Pontic steppe and the Crimea, that the Tauri lived in the mountains and the sea coast, and Northern Pontic steppe and the Crimea was inhabited by Scythian tribes in this regard, the area known as the ancient Greeks, Scythians Scythia, or country.