Peat, at depth 3.5 m, from upper of 2 layers, at village of Timoshkovichi [53° 35′ N Lat, 26° 05° E Long], Korelichi Raion, Grodno Oblast, Belorussian SSR. Timoshkovichi is located on Novogrudok upland, beyond limits of region of Valday [Wurm] Glaciation. Cross section synchronous with ancient ravine of Neman R. basin where 2 horizons of peat can be detected: the lower, according to pollen data, accumulated at time of Mikulino [Eem] Interglacial; the upper believed accumulated at time of 2nd climatic optimum of Mikulino Interglacial, or at time of early Interstadial of Valday [Wurm] Glaciation (Tsapenko and Makhnach, 1959). Coll. 1962 by N. S. Chebotareva, Geog. Inst., Acad. of Sci., USSR.