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Evidence of Unknown Battle at Kulikovo Field Unearthed by Tula Archaeologists
20.03.2017 20:06
Evidence of Unknown Battle at Kulikovo Field Unearthed by Tula Archaeologists

Tula archaeologists have found artifacts, which are indicative of a previously unknown battle at the Kulikovo Field.

      The event dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries, several hundred years after the famous Kulikovo Battle.  The archaeological expedition has been working at the Kulikovo Field for many years. Over the years, the study of the territory has revealed numerous evidence of the legendary battle. They can be seen at the local museum Tula Antiquities.

      One of the artifacts recently found in the cultural layer at the depth of 50 cm, indicates the possibility of at least one more clash between the armies of Moscow and the Crimean Tatars. This is a coin minted in the days of Mengli Girey in the 16th century.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Kulikovo Battle Field Archaeological Finds Tula   

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