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The Seroglazov culture (sometimes erroneously translated as Seroglazovka, or Seroglasovo culture) is a mesolithic culture. Pernitzka dated it according to 14C-dating to the beginning of the 7th millennium BC, others (who?) to the 11th-9th millennium BC of the Caspian Lowland (by Caspian Sea), from Ural River to Kuma-Manych Depression. It was discovered during the archaeological excavations near the Seroglazovka (Сероглазовка) stanitsa (Cossack settlement).
Coordinates: 47°08′58″N 47°41′54″E / 47.1495°N 47.6982°E