Troy, which was a legend at first, started to be searched by Heinrich Schliemann in 1870 based on what was told in the Iliad. UNESCO's 1998 World Heritage sites who excavated Troy Ancient City received the List of German Heinrich Schliemann by smuggled from Turkey in 1873, five thousand years of history with Troy Treasures, first was donated to the Berlin Museum, Second After World War II, he was taken to Russia as a war booty. During the excavation, Schliemann destroyed many archaeological layers and reached the treasures, and it was later understood that this was an archaeological destruction. This destruction occurred at the excavation site is called the "Schlieman" cleft today. As a result of special efforts and studies, some works are returned to their lands, while other works are exhibited today in the Russian Hermitage Museum and Pushkin Museum, the USA Pennysylvania Museum, Germany Schmuckmuseum Pforzeim, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum. Between the years 1871-1890 was kidnapped from Troy destroyed by illegal excavations Treasures of Troy's efforts to return to Turkey is still continuing. Jugs from Troy, BC. It was created by inspired by handled clay pots belonging to Troy from 2600-2450 years. The works are exhibited in the Ashmoleon Archeology and Art Museum of England. The works of Troy were given to this museum by Schliemann. Jugs from Troy are made of hand-made caramel glass and all relief patterns on it are decorated using 24-carat gold and gilding.
It is 100% handmade.
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