Archaeologists have restored artifacts from the eighteenth century finds on Gogol Boulevard in 2019. They will give to funds of the Moscow Museum, where they can become part of his exposition, informs a portal of the Moscow city hall, citing the head of Moscow cultural heritage Department Alexey Yemelyanov.
According to him, archaeologists have found two buckles that adorned footwear during the reign of Peter I, which introduced drastic changes in the wardrobe of almost all all segments of the population. Also found were two clasps in the form of shells for the cloaks, which became widespread in the early XVIII century.
Also in the archaeological collection is composed of finds on Gogol Boulevard, are iron padlock and copper coin Polushka 1720.
Specifies that the scientific restoration of metal objects of everyday life took more than one month.
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