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Steel Sword Donated to Museum near Rostov
25.03.2015 20:57
Steel Sword Donated to Museum near Rostov

A factory museum near Rostov-on-Don has been presented with an ancient steel sword.

      The gift was made by Bogdan Razumets, an employee of the TAGMET factory.

      The man likes to travel around his homeland. In one of such expeditions he came across an ancient artifact. The ancient steel sword was found on the roof of a log hut in an abandoned village.

      According to experts, this half-meter sword used to belong to a high rank worrier, a military leader, a grandee or a prosperous landowner. After all, such as weapon was too expensive for a regular soldier.

      Archeologists emphasized that the sword is several hundred years old.

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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Swords Finds Rostov  

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