The Bavarian State Government Monument Protection (BLfD) agency announced on June 14 that archaeologists have found a well-preserved Bronze Age sword in a tomb during excavations in the county of Donau-Ries.
The statement included the following:
“An extraordinarily well-preserved bronze sword that is more than 3,000 years old and almost glows. (The sword) is from the bronze full-hilt sword family, the octagonal hilt is made entirely of bronze (octagonal sword type).”
Authorities, according to the first determinations of the sword BC. Stating that it belongs to the 14th century (Bronze Age), he emphasized that it is extremely rare to come across sword finds from this period.
The discovery was described as ‘extraordinary’, with archaeologists saying that along with the sword, other bronze items were also found in the tomb.