my own Tarsoly
rich graves of the cemetery were destroyed during works in a gravel
Presently, this rare piece of treasure is
not at the place it deserves.
Some of the finds were lost.
Amateur antiquarians uncovered two graves, the finds were lost without
Most part of the finds were lost during
the past few decades.
Weapons and iron harness fittings were missing.
The grave of a very high-ranking person
The cemetery is certainly in lack of female
No child burials were found.
This is the first tarsoly cover plate found
in a ‘Return Home’ grave.
The workers totally
destroyed the grave.
The ring-finger of the warrior resting in
the grave No. 11., - wearing a precious-stoned ring - was intentionally
broken during the funeral.
40-50 graves were destroyed.
4-6 graves were disturbed during agricultural
work at the North hill.
The owner of this tarsoly with a simple,
undecorated silver plate could be a person of outstandingly high
rank and wealth.
The cemetery is especially rich in insignia
This tarsoly must have been resting in the
grave No. 3 which was disturbed during ploughing.
Where are the finds, uncovered by Géza
Other ‘Return Home’ age graves
were disturbed during agricultural work.
Several bones of the skeleton, and
the horse bones were lost.
The find is a proof of the fact that Conquest
age Magyars did also inhabit the Northern part of the Polish Carpathians.
People participating in the works, and others
who gathered there after learning about the finds simply pocketed
most part of the goods found in the graves.
A navvy profiteered of our national treasures.
It was thought to have been a headgear finial.
No professionals were present at the uncovering,
so the lack of accessories of three graves is most doubtful.
Since then, horse stables were built
over the findspot.
Objects found in the graves were gathered
and pocketed by a Rumanian officer.
The small mounts were left in the
disturbed and robbed grave.
In 1960 another
grave was disturbed in the findspot.
During enlarging the factory there
was only a limited possibility to uncover more finds.
During levelling the dike of the canal flowing
a grave with a tarsoly cover plate was destroyed.
This plate appeared at the city border,
from an unknown provenance.
Four graves were disturbed by István
Gergely, inhabitant of Komoród.
Five graves were disturbed, The sabre and
the sword bent in half, the finds were put in a parcel to be sent