In the Wild Garden found a treasure

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In the territory of the ancient ancient settlement the Wild Garden on July 23 archeologists found the unique subjects which cost in the "black" market could make at least 15 thousand dollars.

- We found 15 bronze subjects, - the archeologist, the director of the Lukomorye Center of institute of archeology Kirill Gorbenko told. - From them 13 Celts - so are called hatchets which were applied in economy to tree processing, but could be applied and as fighting tools. Also found one bronze tip of a dart and one knife - a file. For today it is the largest treasure of Celts in the territory of steppe Ukraine of 13-10 centuries BC. Before found separate things, but such quantity of products, and perfectly remained, found for the first time.

Archeologists told that the find is unique also that has a binding to a place. That is ancient people hid usually similar subjects behind the settlement territory. And these Celts are hidden in the ancient settlement.

- It will be break in studying of ancient history of our edge, - Kirill Gorbenko told. - Most likely, this treasure belongs to the last phase of existence of the ancient settlement. These subjects had in those days such value as for us have brilliants. But for any reasons people didn't take away them with themselves when passed to other place. For history, for science these things are invaluable. In the "black" market this treasure could cost at least 15 thousand dollars.

Besides, archeologists found casting molds in which Celts made.

- It proves that at them (Belozersky culture - by a bus) was developed bronze - foundry production. Though was considered earlier that it were decline times. Nakhodka proves that, most likely, there was a center of production of similar Celts. Here at least three types of Celts.

In museum of local lore ancient Celts it will be possible to see not earlier, than next year.

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