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Tyumen Scientists to Study Mummified Woman Found on Yamal Peninsula
19.01.2018 15:40
Tyumen Scientists to Study Mummified Woman Found on Yamal Peninsula

 According to researchers, other remnants have been found on the territory of the archaeological site "Green Yar" as well.

      The mummified remnants of a woman found in the summer of 2017 on the territory of the medieval necropolis "Green Yar" in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District will be studied at the Institute for North Development Matters, RAS in Tyumen together with specialists from the Seoul National University (South Korea).

      "The field season of 2017 can be considered truly successful for Yamal archaeologists, since not only bronze and silver items were discovered in the course of the works, but for the first time women's graves were found. a woman's burial with uniquely preserved mummified remains of a woman was discovered”, - Alexander Gusev, an expert of the Arctic Research Center said.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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