600-year-old, poison-concealing ring found in Bulgaria

08/25/2013 | LiveScience.com

A ring that may have been used to hide poison more than 600 years ago has been unearthed at the Cape Kailakra ruins in Bulgaria. The bronze ring has a discreet cavity and a hole that would have allowed its wearer to surreptitiously deposit poison into a glass, say researchers at Bulgaria's National Archaeology Museum.

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