Lost Capital City Found! Got these amazing pieces of stuff

Archaeologists have searched for an ancient capital city, 128 km from Lyon, France. The searchers have also received hundreds of different types of items from this place. All these things are said to date back to about 800 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. Bronze weapons and trinkets, as well as potter's pitchers and chariot pieces, have been found in the searched treasures.

Archaeologists at Toulouse-jean-Jares university are very happy to receive the same amount of ancient goods. They claim it could be part of Celtic Capital City. The artifacts obtained from here are said to date back to the end of the Arnfield culture (1,300 to 800 BC) associated with the Bronze Age of France or about 800 BC.

Due to this excavation, archaeologists have also found a settlement spread over 30 hectares of land in an unusual size. A stone wall about 20 feet high is also built around the settlement. Another cordon has been erected to protect the township within this wall. According to Pierre-Yves Milcent, a lecturer at the University of Toulouse-Jean-Jaures, many of its old-found artifacts, similar sites found earlier in France are generally spread over just four hectares of land. The inhabited site was perhaps the capital of a large area. The archaeologists confirmed on Friday that they had found many artifacts in intact conditions.

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