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Collection of archaeological artefacts found in Mstislavl in Soviet period returned to Mogilev region

The collection of archaeological artefacts found at Zamkovaya Mount in Mstislavl in the Soviet period has been returned to Mogilev region. 

The collection includes thousands of artefacts, starting from ancient crock to expensive adornments.  The earliest ones date back to the 5-7th cc. One of the most valuable things is a locket or ouch showing the Scandinavian god Odin.  It's likely made from gold and dates back to the 10-11th cc.  

"The Vikings made an integral part of the Eastern-Slavic troops in those times" - historian, archaeologist, doctor of history Igor Marzalyuck told.  "Naturally, they took part in trade. Nevertheless, it's a unique artefact".

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