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Antique artifacts will appear in Australian museum | Photo: Adam Trafford
In the Australian museum – Clunes Bottle Museum – there will be antique artifacts that come from the times of Alexander the Great or the Roman Empire. The exhibition is to open next week.
The exhibition will include, among others Stone Age spearheads, Bronze Age axes, Roman rings and vessels.
According to the co-creator of the exhibition – historian John Sayer – it will not be large, but it will certainly interest many people. The opening is scheduled for February 7.
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