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Archaeologists have discovered an incredibly rare, advanced weapon, and they found it by accident.
A Russian archaeological team was studying a sabre that was discovered seven years ago in Yaroslavl. They were only conducting a routine examination, but closer inspection revealed that the sabre was actually the oldest crucible steel weapon found in eastern Europe.
Oldest crucible steel weapon in East Europe found by Russian archaeologists http://t.co/ifFZUSm60M pic.twitter.com/m4toyFNzyZ
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Asya Engovatova, who led the research, said in a statement that the discovery was "highly unexpected," since the sabre had already been on display at a local museum for seven years. In 2007, Engovatova's team found the weapon at a mass grave site for civilians killed in a massacre in 1238.
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