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Objects found in the Scythian necropolis were sent to «Chersonese Tavrichesky» for restoration

More than 300 objects from the Scythian necropolis, discovered during construction of the 'Tavrida' road in the Crimea, have been sent to the Museum-Reserve 'Tauric Chersonese' and undergo the process of restoration there. Svetlana Melnikova, the director of the museum, announced this at a press conference that was held on Thursday in the Crimea.
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It was reported earlier that archaeologists had uncovered an unspoiled late Scythian necropolis in the Crimea. The artefacts were found during excavations in the area of construction of the 'Tavrida' highway near Sevastopol.

«322 objects from the necropolis have already been transferred to the 'Tauric Chersonese' and are in the restoration centre now. Among these findings — it is no longer a secret — there are unique swords in the sheath that are now being dried, so our conservation and restoration professionals face a colossal work», said Melnikova.

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