Burial mound in Kazakhstan yields remains of ‘golden man’ dating back to 8th century BC

August 9, 2018 - General

Archaeologists working in the remote Tarbagatai Mountains in East Kazakhstan have discovered a ‘golden man’ mummy dating back to the 8th-7th centuries B.C. in the Yeleke Sazy burial mound.

Credit: akimat of the East Kazakhstan region”Anthropologists say the mound is a burial place of a young man aged from 17 to 18 who was some 165-170 centimeters tall. All the burial items are well-preserved making it possible to visualize his…

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