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Archeologists In Czech Republic Hide Location Of Bronze Age Sword
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Archeologists in the Czech Republic announced the discovery of a Bronze Age sword in November 2019. But they would not release the exact location of their find. It belonged to the Lusatian culture and is likely from around 1,200 BCE. This is the first time a Lusatian sword has been found in the region. The sword was buried, suggesting it may have been a sacrifice. It was also buried with a bronze spear point. The owner was likely wealthy. Reasons for the archeologists’ secrecy are unknown. It could suggest that they believe more artifacts have yet to be discovered at this location.

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