Egypt: The department of Treasures, burials and antiquities of the Arab world has recently revealed that a golden treasure has been found which dates back to the Amoian Era. The archaeologists have examined the treasure closely and conveyed that it belongs to Syria’s history and richness.
As per the updates, the discovered treasure has been recognized as the finding which came into light when an archaeological cemetery villagers dug in and found an archaeological jar containing a precious treasure.
In addition, the Museum of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo announced that a golden treasure was found in a burial in the north of the country on a luxury jar containing 82 pieces of gold dating back to the Amoian Era.
In his remarks, the director of archaeology at Aleppo Museum has said that “some citizens of the western Akola village” have found the treasure while digging in the village cemetery and found a golden treasure in a luxury jar containing 82 pieces of gold.”
Furthermore, Stitch clarified that the mentioned artefacts had been recorded in the Museum of Islamic archaeology, with the remains of the jar to be studied and displayed properly in the said Museum,
noting that the pieces dating back to the Amoian Era were written on the face of each of them the phrase (There is no God but Allah) and on the other face (Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah).
Moreover, the archaeologist Stich stated, “The diameter of each is between 1.6 and 1.7 centimetres, which is very similar. As for the jar, it has yet to be confirmed whether it dates back to the Amoian Era; the study is now underway to identify the treasure, which is the pieces and the pottery, he said.
After examining the discovered jar, the archaeologist predicted that someone from this Era probably possessed it, and he buried it underground. Something happened that made him forget it.”
He said that “treasure discoveries are not very rare. An archaeological treasure consisting of a jar and pieces of gold was discovered in a regular cemetery in Aleppo two years ago.”
Certainly, the value of this golden treasure is the archaeological value above all, and the value of gold determines its commercial value. Said reports.