What is this unique monument of archaeology of the South-Eastern Europe, located in the Ust-Donetsk district of Rostov region, — multilayered settlement Razdorskoye 1 in the territory of Razdorskaya stanitsa (Cossack settlement)? How do archaelogists spot/identify the presence of an ancient dwelling in a certain area? What can fragments and splinters of ceramic bodies in occupation layers tell about ancient people? How does one carry out studies of archaelogical monuments of the Bronze Age and what significance do they have for history? Mr. Andrei Tsybriy, archaeologist, PhD in History, fellow of the Don Archaeological Society, co-author of the ethnic-archaeological complex “Zateryanny Mir” (“The Lost World”) unfolds the story.