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Archaeologists Discover Bronze Age Sword in Lake Bled

Bled, 19 May - A team of archaeologists has found a Bronze Age sword, assessed to be over 3,000 years old, in Lake Bled, one of Slovenia's premiere resorts. The completely preserved sword was discovered earlier this week and dates back to 13th or 12th century BC.

Beld, Lake Bled.
Milan Sagadin of the Kranj office of the national Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, the supervisor of an underwater team of archaeologists who have discovered a bronze-age sword in the lake.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Bled, Lake Bled.
Andrej Gaspari, the head of a team of underwater archaeologists, holding a bronze sword dating to 13th or 12th century BC, discovered earlier this week.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Bled, Lake Bled.
A bronze sword, dating to 13th or 12th century BC, discovered earlier this week by a team of underwater archaeologists.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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