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Weapons of Germanic Tribes from Roman Era Discovered in Poland

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In the now serene landscapes of Hrubieszów, on the eastern border of Poland, a remarkable discovery has recently emerged, casting new light on the region’s ancient history. The find of likely Germanic tribal weapons, a result of Mateusz Filipowicz’s accidental encounter, has unveiled a window into the battles of the late Roman era. Iron spearheads, two battle axes and a wood-cutting axe are among the ancient items discovered near Hrubieszów by treasure hunters. The weapons most likely come from Roman times and were used by warriors from barbarian tribes. The Lublin Provincial Conservator of Monuments announced the discovery on social media. According to the conservator, treasure hunters searching in the State Forests near Hrubieszów found a cluster of several iron artifacts. ‘At first, due to the very strong corrosion covering the metal, additionally mixed with sand and mud, it was difficult to determine what these objects were,’ he says…(READ MORE)

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