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