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Archaeologists Find Grave with Jewelery from 7th Century B.C.

Novo Mesto, 25 May - Archaeologists have unearthed a grave containing bronze jewelery and ceramics from the late 7th century B.C. at a site near Novo Mesto in what is deemed one of the most important archaeological finds in Slovenia in recent years.

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Bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Borut Kriz, the head of the archaeological team from the Novo mesto-based Dolenjsko regional museum at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Remains of a ceramic pot from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Archaeologists examining bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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Archaeologists examining bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C. found at the Kapitelj site.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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The Kapitelj site, where archaeologists have found a grave containing bronze jewelery from the late 7th century B.C.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

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