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Archaeologists found IIIrd century AD glass beads in ancient warrior’s burial mound in the Caucasus

Fragments of a knife, parts of a harness kit, and glass beads that adorned a weapon belt catch, all dated to the IIIrd century AD have been found by archaeologists in the rural settlement Ekazhevo (Ingushetia) in the territory of the ancient barrow burial ground, where the ancestors of the present Ingush used to bury the military nobility. Umalat Gadiev, Deputy Director of the Krupnov Archaeological Centre of Ingushetia, told the story.
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«We have found a ceramic bowl, iron buckles, fragments of a knife, a silver buckle, blue 'eye' beads that adorned an arms belt catch, gold sew-on plaques, parts of a harness kit — more than 40 findings overall dating to around the beginning of the IIIrd century AD. The findings and excavations give an understanding of the culture and history of the time to historians and archaeologists, this is an important key to understanding. Moreover, considering that the issue of Alan identity, Alan culture and history is very much relevant today, the issue requires a thorough and comprehensive research,» he said.

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