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Prince Crypt With Golden Lions Unearthed in Urals
26.08.2008 13:45
Prince Crypt With Golden Lions Unearthed in Urals

Archeologists have discovered a sensation in the South Ural: the unique find is the 7th century B.C. crypt of Prince of the Saki tribe.
      Lions, ear-rings, and belts of gold preserved in the tomb have remained perfectly intact.
      To find the historic sensation the archeologists had to shovel pretty much of ground deep down. The tomb was hidden at the depth of four meters.
      It is already clear that the find is a discovery of worldwide importance. It can help study the pre-Sarmatian epoch. It is referred to a most ancient tribe that wandered from Northern China to Mongolia.


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