Glass bracelets of twelfth and thirteenth centuries will be presented at the exhibition "New in the Archaeology of the Homel region"
Glass bracelets, supposedly made in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries that women used as jewelry, will be presented at the exhibition "New in the Archaeology of the Homel region". It opens today at the Palace of Rumyantsev-Paskevich, said museum director Aksana Taropava.
The exhibition is a continuation of last year launched a large-scale museum project of the same name. The exhibition will display new items from recent expeditions of Homel archaeologists. Glass beads, as well as trade seals, emphasizing active trade relations with other regions of Homel, were found on the territory of the palace and park ensemble. The excavations of ancient burial mounds brought such unique exhibits as arrowhead XI century brooch (metal clasp for clothes, at the same time serving as a decoration). They were distributed from the Bronze Age to the early Middle Ages.
Totally collection includes more than 100 will exhibits. The exhibition will be opened until the end of January 2015.