Bronze axes transferred to local history Museum of the city of Gudauta
In the Gudauta district of Abkhazia, local residents found the so-called “treasure of the caster” – 20 bronze axes, which date back to the third Millennium BC.
About this informed the head of Department on protection of monuments and historical and cultural heritage of the unrecognized Republic Vadim Bzhania.
According to him, the axes were found in the village Zvandripsh while plowing the land. “Although it is not treated samples axes, but for science they are of great interest”, – said Bzhania.
He said that bronze axes transferred to local history Museum of the city of Gudauta. The head of regional administration has disposed to allocate cash reward to the finder of the hoard.
In connection with the discovery of the Office for protection of monuments directs the expedition to continue studies on the territory of the village Zvandripsh. Continue reading
In South America, archaeologists have discovered the first undisturbed tomb robbers ancient and mysterious civilization Were. In the tomb, scientists found the mummified bodies of three Queens, as well as the Golden treasures and human remains, which judging by all, sacrificed.
1200-year-old “temple of the dead” was discovered not far from Lima, capital of Peru. Excavations were conducted by scientists at the site, which is just four hours ‘ drive North of the city.
The opening provides a lot of information about the enigmatic Wari Empire that ruled the Andes long before their better-known successors, the Incas.
“For the first time in the history of archeology in Peru we have found an Imperial tomb that belongs to an Empire were,” said Milosz Giersz, an archaeologist leading the joint Polish-Peruvian team of scientists.
The archaeologist is confident that the discovery will help them learn more about the life and culture of a civilization that ruled the Andes long before the Incas. Continue reading