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Vologda Archeologists Find a Mysterious Object
11.11.2013 00:15
Vologda Archeologists Find a Mysterious Object

An unusual object has been unearthed from the depths of the cultural layer of the 18th century by Vologda archeologists. 

In order to establish the mission of the find, experts will have to carry out special laboratory research.

      The object is a soft stone a bit bigger than a modern box match. It has drilled openings of a regular shape, as well as clear geometrical figures and some enigmatic signs reminding of pagan symbols.

      “There are no analogs of this find in the Vologda Region. It could be a detail of some mechanism, a part of a navigation device or an object of a pagan cult” - the site of the Vologda Region Administration quotes the archeologist Natalia Vasilyeva.

      Let's remind that is not the first interesting object found in the course of excavations at the address 20, Blagoveshchenskaya Street. This is where archeologists already found the oldest lace bobbin, and toys and coins of the 17th century.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Anomaly Mysterious Finds Vologda Region  

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