Ancient remains found at Budapest construction site

Archeologists find wealth of remnants at Budapest construction site

By: All Hungary News
2007-09-05 08:54

Part of a medieval cemetery and remains of Roman-era houses have been unearthed in Budapest's District XI at the site of the recently-demolished Budai Skála shopping center, reports ingatlanmagazin.com. Most of the findings date back to the 1st and 2nd centuries, A.D., but some remnants, including fireplace fragments, are probably from a 1st century, B.C., settlement of Celts.

 

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