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Archeologists Unearth XVII Century Wooden Shop in Kaluga
3.10.2012 11:41
Archeologists Unearth XVII Century Wooden Shop in Kaluga

As a result of excavations in Kaluga’s ancient trading area archeologists have found a wooden structure of the 18th-early19th centuries. It is supposedly a shop or a workshop.

      The subjects found there testify to it: the weight for scales, fragments of barrels, broken glasswares and many other things. The most remarkable find for archeologists is intact pottery filled with hazelnuts. 

      Now archeologists will continue their work that promises even more interesting finds.Now archeologists will continue their work that promises even more interesting finds.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Kaluga Archeological Finds   

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