The Society supports currently the eight following projects:

Ilan Balik, Kazakhstan (starting 2015)
Archaeological excavation of a medieval city and presumed Nestorian Christian graveyard
further to project

Gonur Depe
(starting 2013)
Non-invasive archaeological investigation of the area between Gonur North and Gonur South
further to project

Vardanze, Uzbekistan (starting 2009)
Archaeological excavation of an ancient city in the Oasis of Bukhara
further to project

Novopokrovka II, Kyrgyzstan (starting 2004)
Archaeological excavation of a presumed Buddhist building and of a Sogdian and karakhanid citadel
further to project

Sanjar Shah, Tajikistan (starting 2008)
Archaeological excavation of an ancient Sogdian site
further to project

Kesken-Kuyuk Kala, Kazakhstan (starting 2008)
Archaeological excavation of an ancient city in a former delta of river Syr Darya
further to project

Qarshovul (starting 2010)
Archaeological investigation of a medieval city in the Oasis of Chach (Tashkent)
further to project

Tuva, Russia (starting 2006)
Search and excavation of ancient Sarmatian, Hunnish and Turkic tombs
further to project

Tunnug, Tuva (starting 2017)
This project deals with the earliest phase of nomadic culture in Aržan (Tuva), the largest and most important site of this epoch.
further to project

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