Burials of three warriors unearthed in Serbia

Published on June 17th, 2013 | by Admin

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The 2,500-year-old remains of three warriors, buried with their weapons, have been unearthed in Serbia.

According to experts the remains date back 2,500 years and were found in the ancient district of Pirot named Suburbium where the ancient Roman road, Via Militaris, headed to what is now the border of modern day Bulgaria.

“We have found three skeletal remains of warriors with spears, daggers and bronze ornaments, and decorations of various kinds,” said Mirjana Blagojevic, archeologist from Serbia’s institute for the protection of cultural patrimony.

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