In Poland, a farmer finds artifacts from the Bronze Age

(ORDO NEWS) — One of the farmers in the Lubusz Voivodeship (Poland) was harvesting his field. Suddenly, he discovered a variety of strange objects, among which were ancient daggers and scepters. Historians believe that such finds are very rare. Norbert Burzynski added that the site remained protected and checked for other artifacts.

It is reported by tvn24.pl.

Ancient objects were in close proximity to the surface of the earth. Archaeologists also managed to find a chisel, a pair of axes, three daggers and a scepter at this place. All artifacts are believed to be from the Unetice culture. Accordingly, they were made around 2300-1600 BC. Experts noted that the farmer quickly got his bearings and immediately stopped working in the field so as not to damage the archaeological finds. With their help, it will be possible to learn more about the culture of that time, because very rarely it was possible to find several daggers or scepters at once. As a rule, they met only in one copy.

It should be noted that this is not the first important find in this region. For example, at the beginning of the year after a landslide, a bronze bracelet was discovered. After conducting excavations in this area, scientists have found a whole treasure of a variety of ancient jewelry. Elements of horse harness and other artifacts were also found.

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