Budapest, December 16 (ANI): A team of archaeologists has unearthed a burial place from the 4th century, which was the last period of Roman rule, in the former Pannonia province in northwest Budapest, Hungary.
Archaeologist Gabor Lassanyi told www.caboodle.hu, that the grave had been dated based on a bone comb it contained.
The comb, made with three components fastened together by way of small iron thuds and decorated with geometric motifs, was similar to objects made by barbarian tribes on the area of today's eastern Hungary, and which only became fashionable in Pannonia during the last decades of the era, according to Lassanyi. cquincum, the most prominent Roman city of the province in today's District 3 of Budapest, was gradually abandoned during the first half of the 5th century. (ANI)