Uncommon gold cash and cremated infants had been attainable sacrificial items to the traditional gods of Carthage

Archeologists found 5 gold cash depicting the Carthaginian goddess of fertility and motherhood. (Picture credit score: Tunisia’s Ministry of Cultural Affairs)

Archeologists in Tunisia have excavated uncommon, 2,300-year-old gold cash and urns holding the stays of animals, infants and untimely infants from the traditional metropolis of Carthage.

The researchers found the burials and 5 gold cash close to the ruins of the temple of Tafat El Bony, which sits on a hill on the outskirts of Tunis. The temple was as soon as a countryside monument devoted to the deities Baal Hammon and Tanit, Tunisia’s Ministry of Cultural Affairs mentioned in a translated assertion on Fb.

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