Bronze Age tomb discovered near Ploiesti

Archaeologists from the Prahova County’s History Museum discovered on Friday, near Ploiesti, a 4,500-year old tomb dating back from the Bronze Age, this being the third tomb of this kind discovered in a week’s time near Ploiesti, Mediafax informs. According to archaeologist Alin Franculeasa, the archaeologists conducted preventive works to the north of Ploiesti where a county road is about to be built. The digs revealed a skeleton dating from the Bronze Age. This was the third 4,500-year old tomb discovered to the north of Ploiesti in a matter of days. Two days before, archaeologists had discovered two Bronze Age skeletons.

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