OREANDA-NEWS. The Australian archeologists found values at excavation near the ancient city of Pella. Scientists from the Australian University of Sydney found in the valley of the Jordan River of the work of art which, presumably, decorated the imperial palace.

Jewelry were found in ruins of the stone building. According to experts, it was the palace of the governor reigning in the period of a late bronze age. Stephen Bourque is the head of an expedition, noted that some objects differ in distinguished artistry.

The building in which ruins imperial treasures are found consists of 45 rooms. Things correspond to the bronze and Iron Age.