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Szeged castle church's exploration
Szeged

Ninth the mediaeval Szeged castle church's exploration, which turned up in the course of the reconstruction of the castle residue, is going on eaten. In the church interior in the course of the exploration of the mediaeval graves already too they are on the seven hundredth grave. The work especially considerable, since a mediaeval cemetery of this size was not excavated yet on a national level in downtown. A distinguished Cumanian noble woman's grave, from which a signet ring and costume jewelleries turned up, was found recently. From a whacking cemetery with a grave number may be at least ten thousand dead persons lie here according to a word, estimates, since continuous burial was going on here until the 18. century entirely because of the end of the 13. century.

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