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Numerous cultural layers with tools and bones included into layered clastic sediments. Another normal magnetization event founded some higher on the depth 3.5 m possible Kamicatsura event (0.85 myr).
Akusha formation Coverage of Akusha formation (by the name of Akusha river) divided by postsedimental erosion on 5 separate clasters (Table 1). Spatial characteristics of Akusha formation clusters along the Akusha-Usisha interfluves ridge. Transversal section of Akusha formation sediments along the Akusha-Usisha interflew ridge. Some short of intervals of anomalous magnetization founded below and above of Yaramillo event (transition zones).
Around the palace was built a high wall, which is quite well preserved.
The whole complex is oriented along the azimuth of 10°/100°, which corresponds to the angle of nonagon. It is founded in the mid-3rd century by Sassanids (3 - 7 centuries.); it is now in ruins.
Stratotypes Holostratotype of Akusha formation proposed section of site Mukhkay-2 with layered sediment 75 m thickness excavated from level 1620 to 1545 m asl. Parastratotypes proposed are in digged trenches of sites Ainikab-1,2, Mukhkay-1, Gegalashur, Sunduk. 1-Akusha formation sediments area, 2 - Akusha formation eroded sediments. These data allow us to determine of isochrones of some absolute age: 0.85 myr (3.5 m depth), 0.99 (9.5 m depth), 1.07 (15 m depth).
Geological age of Akusha formation was established in section Mukhkay-2 by several methods (paleontology, palinology, paleomagnetism) as Eopleistocene = Early Lower Pleistocene (0.8 1.8 million years).
The small temple with its diagonal is oriented along the azimuth of 100° and corresponds to nonagon.