The ancient Siberian tomb holds a ‘warrior woman’ and huge arms


Archaeologists in Siberia have unearthed a 2,500-year-old tomb holding the remains of four people of ancient Tagar culture, including two warriors, a male and a female – and a mound of their metal weapons.

The Iron Age funerals included the skeletal remains of a Tagarian man, woman, infant and old woman, as well as a group of weapons and artifacts, including a bronze dagger, a knife, an ax, a bronze mirror, and a small comb made of an animal horn. Was involved. According to the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy.

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