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600 Archeological Artifacts of Prussia Displayed in Kaliningrad
20.07.2012 16:58
600 Archeological Artifacts of Prussia Displayed in Kaliningrad

The Kaliningrad History and Art Museum has opened the exhibition Ancient Prussia on the history of dwellers of the Amber Land from Stone Age to the Middle Ages.

      
Funeral urns, axes, ware, and coins – altogether over 600 artifacts from the museum funds have been exhibited to general public for the first time.

      
One of the most interesting exhibits is the skeleton of a woman who lived in Prussia in the 13th century. The remains were found in the old Prussian sites of ancient settlements in 1950.

      
Visitors of the exhibition will also see reconstructed images of Prussian gods, maps of Prussia, and photos of archeological monuments. Silver, bronze and amber ornaments from female burials of the 13th-14th centuries are also presented.

      T
he exhibition runs till the end of August.


      

Source: www.klops.ru


      


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Prussia Kaliningrad Exhibitions in Kaliningrad  

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