Archaeological experts discovered the remains of a woman buried in the ancient tomb of the Siberian king.
The ancient tomb of the Siberian king in the Valley of the Kings (Egypt) buried with a woman filled with gold revealed the royal life, her noble status about 2,600 years ago. The results of bone research of men show that this person has prostate cancer.
A woman's corpse was found buried with Siberian tsar in a tomb dating to about 2,600 years old.
Until now, experts have not found clues to explain the death of the young woman buried in the ancient tomb. Archaeological experts speculate that the woman may be poisoned and then buried with her lover. The speculated woman may be the wife or concubine of the tomb master.
The team also discovered many jewelry, art collections and remains of "entourage" buried in the grave of the ancient Siberian emperor.
Gold artifacts were discovered in the ancient tomb of 2,600 years old.
Experts discovered that the "entourage" had a total of 35 sets of remains, including 16 sets of male remains, 13 female skeleton, 5 sets of child remains and 1 remaining unidentified gender. count. In addition, archaeologists also unearthed 14 horses. Since then, experts speculated that the "entourage" was killed and buried with the king in a macabre ritual.
Based on these evidence, the experts found that they had many similarities with the descriptions of the historian Herodotus about the scary burial rites of Scythians. Accordingly, loyal servants are the property of the deceased who will be killed and buried by his master.