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Objects thousands of years old have been found in the lake

Objects thousands of years old have been found in the lake

The site was used by the Celts for their ceremonies.

Archaeologists from the University of Warsaw discovered a lake that the Celts used for their ceremonies, he wrote Daily heritage. The Celts who inhabited Europe and Anatolia were Indo-European peoples, their language, religion and traditions were similar, but the relationships between the individual groups remain unclear.

Polish researchers recently discovered a special lake in the central part of the country. The discovery came about because of a previously excavated sword, and archaeologists contacted the discoverer of the piece, who led them to the site in the historic Kojavia region.

The team found machetes, fragments of sword sheaths and chain belts at the site. The objects were ritually placed in the lake in the 3rd century B.C., Count me BartoszThe Dean of the Faculty of Archeology at the University of Warsaw says that this is the first ceremonial lake in the country linked to the Celts.

No one expected the Celts to be this far north in the third century BC.

“Until now, it was believed that Celtic settlements in today's Poland only reached the Kogavia region in the first century BC,” he added.

Due to the importance of the discovery and site protection, the exact location of the lake remains a secret.

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