In Uzbekistan, found a treasure worth a million dollars
In the center of the Uzbek capital of Tashkent specialists of the National University of the country found the treasure worth a million dollars. Precious discovery found during the excavations in the basement of one of the oldest buildings in the city centre.
The researchers found gold and silver coins, utensils, icons and paintings. Also found were ancient books, among which there are unique medieval instances, and also the Golden microscope.
Among the found items also found artifacts from the collection of 1918 the Tashkent Palace of Prince Romanov, objects that once belonged to the nobles and scholars who came to Tashkent in the 20-ies of the last century from Europe and St. Petersburg. Scientists have also concluded that some things belonged to the victims of Stalinist repression. Was missing items from the home of a famous General Jurabek.
Now the finds are transported to the Museum. Some damaged time things will be transferred to the restoration laboratory in a special group of archaeologists from Germany and Poland.
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It is important to note that during excavations in Nazran, Ingushetia, archaeologists found the skeleton with an unusual skull shape. Were also found numerous bones of wild animals and human remains belonging more to the bronze age.
Sagalevicha that Archaeological center named Eugene Krupnova, especially interesting for scientists was female skeleton with an artificial deformation of the skull and neck. It is believed that it dates back to the IV-VI centuries ad.
Archaeologists believe that the deformation of the head could be a sign of the special status of the person. Most likely, the ancient peoples, therefore, meant a people of noble origin, he endowed them with certain privileges in society.
It is known that a purposeful change of the shape of the head — not uncommon for ancient peoples. In ancient times used various methods, ranging from bandages, ring and other deforming operations on the skull, when in childhood by repeated bandaging the head of a child is provided with the elongated shape. Such dressings children wore, at least for the first few years of life.
Recall also that archaeologists have discovered a Viking sword in the Turkish town.
As reported Politeka, archaeologists have struck the discovery in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, she’s almost a thousand years.
Also Politeka wrote that discovered one of the oldest shrines in the world.