In Hungary, archaeologists have discovered the treasures of the Bronze Age, which are more than 3000 years old

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     In Hungary, archaeologists have discovered treasures of the Bronze Age, which are more than 3000 years old

    In one of the ancient graves, scientists discovered 38 gold and bronze jewelry.

    Scientists were just lucky to find a set of ancient precious artifacts during excavations they carried out at the site of an ancient burial site of the Bronze Age near the city of Mani in Hungary. If not for the construction of the highway, ancient artifacts would have remained in the ground, according to Heritage Daily.

    Archaeologists from the Museum of St. Stephen Kiraly, Hungary, discovered 8 ancient burials that date back to the Bronze Age (3300-1200 BC). The exact age of the finds has not yet been established, but they are definitely more than 3000 years old.

    Scientists discovered this ancient cemetery at the site of the construction of a new highway, and if not for this construction, then historical artifacts would have remained in the ground. Scientists have come to the conclusion that high-ranking representatives of the society of that time were buried in these ancient graves. In one of the burials, archaeologists discovered the remains of a young woman who was about 20 years old at the time of her death.

    In Hungary, archaeologists have discovered more than 3000 year old Bronze Age treasures

    She was buried along with 38 gold and bronze jewelry, among which were gold rings, bracelets, a gold hair ring, and scientists also found small ceramic pots. Gold rings were on each finger of the deceased woman and this indicates her high social status, as well as the fact that she was very rich.

    In Hungary, archaeologists have discovered treasures of the Bronze Age, which are more than 3000 years old

    Another important discovery was that scientists discovered next to the ancient cemetery traces of buildings that are classified as bronze century, as well as to the settlements of the 9th and 10th centuries AD.

    As Focus already wrote, in one of the Mayan cities in Mexico, scientists discovered a crypt with cremated human remains in a temple pyramid. Scientists believe that the ashes after the Mayan cremation were used to make balls for ritual games.

    We remind you that for the first time in history, archaeologists have begun excavating a tomb associated with King Arthur.

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