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Scientists found a bronze bracelet of the III-I centuries BC in the Sarmatian burial near Rostov

The archaeologists have discovered bracelets and a mirror of the III-I centuries BC in the ancient burial mound during work on the preparation for the construction of a road bypassing the city of Aksay. The main research work has already been completed, the press service of the state company 'Avtodor', who ordered the work, told reporters.
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During the excavations of the upper layers of the mounds, kitchenware and tableware were discovered there, which experts attributed to the era of the 'Timber-grave culture' (or 'Srubna culture') of the late Bronze Age. «In one of the kurgans [the Russian for 'a mound' or 'a barrow' - Chrdk] a Sarmatian burial of the III-I century BC had been found. It contained a bronze bracelet, a mirror, and a spindle whorl — a weight made of clay, to increase the weight. Close to the place where all of these things were discovered archaeologists were fortunate to find a spear tip, iron bar bits with psalia, and a glass bead, which was most likely a part of a trizna, that is, an offering to the deceased,» the press service specified.

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