In Crimea, the archaeologists found the “monitor” of the VI century

During excavations of the necropolis of Kyz-Aul in the East of the Crimea archaeologists have discovered an ancient “baby monitor” of the VI century, the brass bell attached to the bracelet with sliding edges. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the Fund “Archaeology”.

The Fund noted that the archaeologist Paul Getsko believes that this bell was put on the child’s arm to determine his whereabouts. “A kind of monitor of the ancient” — said the archaeologists.

Presumably, the artifact was in an antique child’s grave with the baby and was kicked in the early middle ages people, reveals the burial, added in “Archaeology”.

In other children’s burials were found set in bone and beads made from Egyptian faience, which the two pendants were made of jet and had the shape of axes.

Archaeologists also found a ring of VI—VIII centuries ad, which is probably a depiction of “Saint” or “angel.” “If the assumption is confirmed, then we can talk about that part of the population of the Khazar Kaganate, lived in the area in the early middle ages, professed Christianity,” the Fund reported.