Archaeologists discovered an old burial ground in Prague

Prague archaeologist found a unique burial ground, more than 3200 years old. It happened during the construction works of a family house in Dolni Chabry in the north of Prague.

The graves are in many layers on each other so it means it used to be a Bronze Age burial mound. The archaeologists found also remnants of bones, ceramics, decorative items and a bead. Some of the items will be displayed in the City of Prague Museum soon.

It is not the first time this year that archaeologists found historical artefacts. They excavated remnants of an old village in Ruzyne, a toilet from the 12th century in namesti Republiky and this summer the basements of twenty houses with a big hole for mining earth in Dolni Chabry.

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