Archeology

The Iron Mask of the Roman Cavalry Reveals a Shocking Secret

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When excavating an ancient structure in the ancient city of Hadrianopolis, Paphlagonia, near present-day Eskipazar, in Karabük province, Turkey, experts found an iron mask of the ancient Roman cavalry .

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According to experts, the iron mask of the Roman cavalry is about 1,800 years old.

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Archaeologists from Karabük University in Turkey say the find reveals the secret of the Roman empire’s influence in the area as early as the 3rd century AD.

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“We speculate that the building might be a military structure. An iron mask was found during excavations there,” said archaeologist Ersin Çelikbaş of Karabük University.

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According to the archaeological team, the Roman Empire most likely had a military garrison at Hadrianopolis.

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The Roman government planned its defense by building military bases against all kinds of dangers from the Black Sea Region to its territory.

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