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Omsk Archeologists Unearth Rare Artifact
11.09.2013 10:15
Omsk Archeologists Unearth Rare Artifact

Armor over 3 thousand years old has been dug out downtown, in a former sanatorium in the city of Omsk

This military equipment was used by ancient people to protect themselves from enemies’ arrows. 

Not every average fighter could afford such ammunition in the Bronze Age, but only the one who had special status in ancient society.  Probably, the armor belonged to a tribe leader. 

However, it is only a person with very good imagination who can get a picture of how the armour could be fixed on a man’s body. Even the beginning scientists – archeology students – did not understand at once what they had unearthed.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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