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Archeologists Unearth Unique Ornaments in Kaluga Region
6.06.2012 12:47
Archeologists Unearth Unique Ornaments in Kaluga Region

In the course of excavation in Kozelsk town of the Kaluga Region archeologists have found ornaments of high historical value.

      Two latticed bronze rings and a seven-bladed temple ring - female ornaments dating back to the 12th-13th centuries. It is not the first year in a row when archeologists arrive in Kozelsk in late spring – early summer.

      For three years they have been working for the same goal of finding traces of the Old Russian town glorified by its courageous defenders, who protected the dwellings from the Tatar-Mongolian conquerors.

      Scientists assume that there is a great probability of finding pre-Mongolian layer as well. The upper layer contains first finds that are dated to the epoch of Old Rus’.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Kaluga region Ornaments Ancient Russia  

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