In the Museum of the river will expose a collection of ancient Greek amphorae, which were collected over 30 years

In the Museum of the river will expose a collection of ancient Greek amphorae, which were collected over 30 years

Amphoras and other pottery were found in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

National Museum of the city of Dnepr were added to a huge collection of Greek stamps, amphorae and fragments of pottery. Ancient artifacts institution gave the local researcher Oleg Fateev, who collected them for almost 33 years.

Not just a man was a collector of Hellenic pottery, but also typed it, recorded the time and place of the finding and given a sequence number, writes Radio Liberty. There is also information about each stamp on the pottery and what city-state they belonged to. Among the findings not only those that were manufactured in Ukraine, but imported from Greece in ancient times.

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«Most of the brands found on the territory of modern Kapulovka where there was a large settlement of Scythian times. They can tell us, what were the commercial relations of the inhabitants of the settlement who made these vases – the stigma has a lot to tell. It will be the largest such collection in the region most, as far as I know, there is only the museums of the Crimea«, – said the Deputy Director of the Dnipropetrovsk historical Museum named Yavorsky.

All the amphoras and other ceramics will be examined by Museum staff. The best will be on display tourists. Others will be investigated and be found in the funds of the institution.

Earlier, the Volyn Museum announced the destruction of the unique boats of the XIII century. The Swedes offered him 100 thousand euros. But in the village of Manevychi decided that the finding should remain in them. However, while the boat is gathering dust at the sawmill by a local entrepreneur.

Video surveillance Volyn trying to preserve the unique boat of Kievan Rus

Scientists claim this is the only craft of the 13th century in Eastern Europe that survived. The Swedes offered him 100 thousand euros. But in the village of Manevychi decided that the finding should remain in them. But while the boat gathering dust at the sawmill by a local entrepreneur.

TSN. 12:00

27 Mar, 12:52

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