Hungarian finds found in the Caucasus - Blikk.hu

Hungarian finds found in the Caucasus - Blikk.hu

RUSSIA - Probably tombs related to eastern Hungarian prehistory have been discovered by a group of Hungarian and Russian archaeologists in Russia as a result of excavation near the city of Anapa in the northwestern foreland of the Caucasus, said archaeologist Gabriella M. and Erwin Gáll.

According to a report sent to the MTI, archaeological leaders have previously uncovered some scattered artefacts associated with the Carpathian Basin, such as palmetto-shaped disc braids, fragments of tarsole plates, gold-plated bronze crossbones, and carcasses.