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Grave of men and women who lived 3,200 years ago discovered in Armenia

March 2, 2023, 04:19 – Public Information Service – TEH –

In the ancient fortified city of Metsamor in Armenia, a burial was discovered which dates back to the reign of Ramses II in Egypt and dates back to 1300-1200 BC, writes Nauka w Polsce.

The discovery was called unique, since a man and a woman were found in the tomb, who, according to preliminary estimates, died at the age of 30 or 40 years. The remains are well preserved and it is also assumed that they were a couple.

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Archaeologist Krzysztof Jakubiak pointed out the following: “Their death is a mystery, because we do not know its causes. But everything indicates that they died at the same time – there is no trace of the reopening of the tomb.

Moreover, the burial was not looted. Scientists found more than a hundred gold beads and pendants in the tomb, some of which resembled Celtic crosses, as well as a dozen ceramic vessels, dozens of carnelian pendants and an earthenware flask.

As previously reported by the Public News Service, Australian National University geophysicists Hrvoe Tkalchich and Thanh Son Pham discovered during the study that inside the Earth’s core is a ball of solid metal d ‘a radius of about 650 kilometers and that its diameter reaches 1300 kilometers.

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