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Archeologists to Make a Startler after Excavation in Rostov Region
20.07.2011 16:49
Archeologists to Make a Startler after Excavation in Rostov Region

Four burial grounds of the epoch of Pharaoh Tutankhamen have been found in the Uhlan Barrow and archeologists are going to make a startler.

The unique finds made in barrows of Remontnensky District of the Rostov Region have prompted them amazing surmise. An unearthed wooden had been underground for four thousand years. It is a true gift from the past for archeologists. They suppose that steppe nomads came there on the three-seater vehicle.

“The vehicle was in the entrance hole of the tomb, the tomb itself is there, and here they put that stock, which they believed would be necessary in the next world” - biologist of the Archeology Institute Polina Sutyagina from Moscow explains. 













Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Archeology Rostov Region Archeological Finds Burial Grounds  

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