Here for the first time found a cemetery and the stone for the sacrifice of the ancient Germans.
In the Ternopil region near the village Soap first found the burial ground and the stone for the sacrifice of the ancient Germans, the time of creation which scientists refer to the beginning II — end of the III century BC this was reported by regional media.
“It’s not sanctuary, but a small altar, — said Director of KP “Podolsky archeology” Bogdan Strocen. — Like the monuments found in Volhynia and Podolia it for the first time. Therefore, we can assume that there are more, we just haven’t found”.
Found in the graves on the chest of the two adults were two bronze fibulae (zip decoration), where he fastened the cloak — century fabric has decayed, but the metal pins are preserved. Also found in burial the traditional ceramics made by hand .
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“And this is how their card is hand-sculpted pots — emphasizes the interlocutor. — Therefore, can confidently say that Zborowski lived among the first of the ancient Germans, who came on the tail”.
No less puzzles threw ritual space near the burial ground. During the excavations it was noticed thanks to blackened charred rocks that were lying on a large komennolla installed on North-West — North-East. And on top, like the cross, and there were stones with traces of fire. The stones at the burial ground could not be accidental, because in around a radius of several kilometers of rocks or stones there.
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Despite the discovery, thanks to which the ancient Germans may qualify for “registration” in the museums of the region, researchers expect new discoveries.