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2000-Year-Old Ornaments Found by Archeologists in Bashkiria
23.07.2013 11:43
2000-Year-Old Ornaments Found by Archeologists in Bashkiria

Archeologists have found 2000-year-old ornaments near Kipchakovo Village of the Ilishevsk District in Bashkiria.

      Excavations are carried out by archeologists from the Birsk branch of Bashkiria State University and the Samara State University.
The finds are bronze pendants and beads.

      Scientists assume that the jewelries are about 2000 years old, and they were made by Roman masters.

      Excavations near Kipchakovo Village have been conducted for a few weeks, and the works will be completed on July 27. There is a chance that within the last week archeologists will manage to find some more artifacts.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Bashkiria Ornaments   

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