Found golden coins commemorate the Thirty Years War
Baku, December 18, AZERTAC
They look like the medieval masters who just started, according to Newsbeezer. Each coin weighs three and a half grams, which should be a unique Central European. "It's a duck's gold, very good, clean," said archaeologist David Vích from the museum in Vysoké Mýto.
The first coin discovered the man who was going for a walk. She flashed in the meadow. He brought the experts who looked underground, and their joy was unprecedented. Some coins were just below the rope at a depth of 3 to 5 centimeters, the deepest coin at 15 centimeters. The exact location of the archaeologists cannot be said. They are afraid that the site will be occupied by amateur treasure hunters. Coins remember 1 630, a Thirty Years War. It was a time when the land was full of robbers and violence. Oblivion was probably in a bag, but was mutilated over time.
"Someone who saw someone following him tried quickly to hide money," Petr Vorel said. It was a great property at that time. For 60 ducats, this man was able to live comfortably all year round
The Pardubice region is fortunate enough to find similar finds. Recently, there was a treasure of the century near Chýšť. For ten years, the finder received two million crowns. Kladina returned to the Kladina village to find the aquarium sand and found a bronze vessel of three thousand years. There is no other in Central Europe.