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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government

Moscow archaeologists have found pre-Mongolian ceramics and glass bracelets near the historical center of Moscow, Kitay-Gorod. The artifacts date back to XII-XIV centuries. About it Sergey Sobyanin informed in his Telegram feed..

“The findings indicate that by the 12th century Moscow was a fairly developed fortress city. Residents bought ceramics imported from Iran, Khorezm and the Golden Horde, as well as imported jewelry from Byzantium,” said the Mayor of Moscow.

Source: Sergey Sobyanin’s Telegram channel @mos_sobyanin

One of the most popular ornaments among Muscovite women of that time were colorful glass bracelets and beads. Because of the fragility of the items, archaeologists find only fragments of them, and it is necessary to collect the jewelry piece by piece.

The ceramics are preserved in a slightly better condition. Thus, the restorers managed to fully restore a pot with linear ornamentation 28 centimeters high. This is the kind of pottery used by Muscovites in the 12th century to cook food.

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