More than 300 coins from the first to sixth centuries AD and hundreds of objects made of bronze, glass, bone and antlers have been unearthed by archaeologists during the excavations in Novae near Svishtov in Bulgaria.
Three unique, finely crafted bronze figurines found found at the dig site [Credit: J. Recław]
"The August campaign has brought a very rich archaeological crop in the form of luxury items used by Roman legionnaires. Curiosities include dagger handles made of ivory", said Prof. Piotr Dyczek, head of research.
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