In the river Wales found exotic artifact of the 18th century.
At the bottom of the river towy Wales in the UK fishermen discovered a historical artifact Asian.
According to The Daily Mail, one of the fishermen was very surprised when I discovered a sword Kris 18th-century in their fishing nets. Currently undergoing an investigation to understand how this sword could be in the river towy.
According to Andrew Davis, blacksmith, of Carmarthen (town in Wales) when he pulled the sword, he immediately took him to the Museum. “I thought it would be nice to know something about it,” says Davis.
According to preliminary data, is a sword of Asian origin, probably from Southeast Asia.
As told the curator of the Museum in Carmarthenshire (South Wales) Gavin Evans, the sword of a rather exotic history. “It’s Chris and it was probably the ornate blade. The handle is made of bone, resembles the head of a bird. It also provides material like copper,” he says.
Evans also notes that the sword is heavily rusted in the water. But now, when it was removed, it will deteriorate even more. “Carmarthen was a well-known port. Perhaps this sword has been dropped or is he just fell,” says the specialist.
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