A Trove of Jewelry and Skulls Found in Ancient Transylvanian Nymph Cave

Inquisitr.com  posted a fascinating piece detailing discoveries in a Transylvanian cave that could provide emphasis of local nymph worship in the area around around 1300 BCE. The article begins:

“Deep in the darkest reaches of Cioclovina Cave in Transylvania, archaeologists have discovered an astonishing amount of jewelry and skulls that have been estimated to date back 3,300 years. It is now believed that this site was once a subterranean temple of sorts that may have been used as part of a nymph cult, with offerings given to the naiads who dwelt in this sacred location.”

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