The vase has 2 neck straps Ukrainian soldiers discovered by accident while they were digging trenches. Photo of Ukraine’s Territorial Defense Forces No. 126.
According to Heritage Daily, two quartets are relic was used by the ancients to store and transport food, both liquid and dry food.
They are mainly associated with the Ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine periods. However, the use of two quan jars can also be traced back to the Neolithic period.
Ukrainian soldiers discovered this type of neck apron while defensive trenches to protect Odesa, the 3rd most populous city in Ukraine and a seaport – a major transport hub on the southern coast of Ukraine.
This type of amphora is believed to date from around the 3rd to 4th centuries AD. At that time Odesa was a Roman settlement called Odessus which grew out of a Greek colony.
Due to the current fierce and complicated war situation in Ukraine, archaeologists have not been able to publish and survey this site.
However, members of the 126th Territorial Defense Force carefully recovered the amphora along with some pieces of ceramics and transported them for preservation at the Odessa Archaeological Museum.
The ashes have been moved to the Odessa museum. Photo of the Territorial Defense Force No. 126
The 126th Territorial Defense Force of Ukraine is a reserve of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and is part of the Southern Operations Command.
“Ukrainian soldiers dug trenches and found the acerola. They have been moved to a museum. We have to preserve our history,” said Yana Suporovska, a journalist from Kiev.
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