New archeological artefacts discovered near Nemšová

The artefacts are 5,500 years old.

(Source: Erik Stopka)

The town of Nemšová is planning on building up to 60 new houses in the area known as Kľúčové. Before the project began, archeologists explored the area.

The exploration uncovered some new findings from various time periods. The oldest could date back as far as 3,500 B.C. Jewelry fragments, a battle mattock and a dagger will be presented at Trenčín Castle to the people of Nemšová as well as the broader public.

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The biggest discovery is the dagger

Archeologists from the Trenčín museum discovered artefacts from three different time periods at various depths beneath the ground. The area they found them in spans about 5 500 square meters. Juraj Malec, one of the heads of the exploration team, specified that the artefacts come from the stone age, the bronze age, and the high middle ages, as written in the MY Trenčín daily.

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