Rebala Bronze Age Graves


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Only five kilometres from Tallinn, lies village Rebala, known from the biggest ancient burial place in Estonia.

36 round stones from Bronze Age (8th-7th century BC) are archaeological find of unique scale. The deceased were buried with head pointing north, and the round shape of graves may represent a anthropocentric point of view. Together with bodies were buried some every-day use objects, like shaving knife, pincers or spindle. This finds are now displayed in a museum of the reserve.

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