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The results of the magnetic studying over two archaeological excavations at the territory of the “Ancient Plisnesk” historical and cultural reserve are presented. According to the magnetic data, the anomalous of the magnetic field were detected. The studying of soils, sediments, and archaeological materials were performed at the western wall of the excavation. The most magnetic horizon in the section of the excavation wall is at the interval of 40–65 cm, where black loams, burnt clay layers with orange colour were identified. Mineralogical composition of the top soil is more complicated according to the influence of the pedogenic magnetic material. The deep clays include big amount of the paramagnetic material. We proposed the search criteria for some archaeological objects based on the magnetic field indications. The high efficiency of magnetometry to identify and delineate historical monuments from different periods before the start of archaeological excavations on the territory of the Plisnesk archaeological complex was proved.

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