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    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    [size=10pt]Little Princess of Caska and her belonging[/size]

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    Awesome it feels. With much anticipation, we watched every movement of the brush that was discovered under the child's skull necklace. Archaeologists in any of the thousands of early Croatian graves like they did not see a valuable finding, "said Radomir Juric, leader of the team of archaeologists and head of the medieval collection of the Zadar Archaeological Museum. Zadar, archaeologists in the tomb of girls, who died on the island of Pag with a maximum of 10 years, found a unique bronze necklace from the early Croatian period. The sensational findings lay the end of the fort near Novalja, Caska above, only a few hundred meters from the famous beach Zr?e. Findings about luxury and family girls, who with her valuable jewelry buried in the tomb. With the head girl, they named "Little by Caska ', they found a ring with a crown and a bronze earrings in the shape of strawberries. They are, say archaeologists, were Croat favorite jewelry in the Middle Ages, from 9 to 11 century. In addition, archaeologists have now found nine graves, among them the tomb of the boy. Radomir Juric believes that the girl lived in late 10th or early 11th century. 'Little' waiting anthropological research and attempt to determine causes of death, and after that will expose her necklace and the City Museum of Novalja

    #348378

    Anonymous

    An old thread though, but anyway, are there any pictures available?  :)

    #348379

    Anonymous

    Still no pictures, no reconstructions?  :(

    #348380

    Anonymous

    [img width=700 height=466]http://www.24sata.hr/image/arheolozi-iskopali-princezu-od-caske-te-vrijedni-nakit-900×600-20100623-20101019014201-310356.jpg” />
    http://www.24sata.hr/cudne-vijesti/arheolozi-iskopali-princezu-od-caske-te-vrijedni-nakit-176886

    #348381

    Anonymous

    Thank you!  :)

    #348382

    Anonymous

    She really had a wide-strong skull. Such as Cro-Magnon type.

    #348383

    Anonymous
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    She really had a wide-strong skull. Such as Cro-Magnon type.

    You just reminded me of one of lectures in university.. Are you into archeology?

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