Thrill in history · In India, excavation reveals a gold bracelet at the same time as a great figure.

Fotografia do artefato indiano

Jewelry is not only valuable for its materials, but also what it can tell about the customs of its time

Ingri Brunato oversees Pamela Malwa Published on 03/04/2021 at 10h30

This Saturday, 3, the Deccan Herald reported the discovery of a gold bracelet during an excavation at Fort Raigad, India. Scholars believe that the jewel dates from that period Shivaji MaharajFounder of Maratha Empire.

Excavations at the site are being carried out by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and the Raigad Development Authority (RDA). President of the latter body, Sambhaji Chhatrapati, Being a member of the local royal family, is also a descendant Shivaji.

“This will help us understand the lifestyle, culture and architecture of the contemporary period. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. I would like to thank ASI for its efforts in excavation and conservation work in Raigad. SambhajiAccording to the Deccan Herald.

The president of the organization also expressed his expectations about the future of excavation at the site: “It is possible that more priceless items may be found at Fort Raigad”.

About archeology

Millennial archaeological discoveries always impress, because in addition to revealing precious objects, they in a way also teach us how such a studied society has developed and consolidated throughout history.

Undoubtedly, one of the most striking even today is that of ancient Egypt. It is believed to have been allowed by beliefs in curses and by full praise in great personalities. Cleopatra I Tutankhamun, Egypt is one of those civilizations, based on the diverse findings of researchers and archaeologists over the past decades, one of the bases of human history, and mainly arouses curiosity.

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