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Stone age or cave dwellers, women have always been fascinated by jewellery! This interesting display in the Gobustan Museum shows jewellery turned out from wild boar tusks. These were excavated from the local area and belong to the Bronze Age. Fascinating, isn't it? Other items of jewellery are more elaborate, including one with intricate patterns and turned out in bronze. A picture of this appears later in this album. (Gobustan, Azerbaijan, Sept. 2017)

Source Bronze-age jewellery made from boar tusks
Author shankar s. from Dubai, united arab emirates


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