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Mysterious 4,000-year-old tomb shows a boy and a girl who was buried face-to-face

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A mysterious, 4,000 year-old tomb has been unearthed in Kazakhstan, and, within, a young husband and wife to be buried in a strange way they are opposite to each other.

According to a translation of the Kazakh language, and the statement has been told of the boy and the girl were buried with jewelry, knives, beads, and bronze bracelets. The funeral of the late bronze age, which commenced around 3000 bc. and ended up with about 1,200 B. c

Some of the ornaments, and the bracelets, which have been found, and that was one of the young men and women. (Credit: Karaganda regional administration)

In a statement, archeologist Igor Kukushkin, said it was “a very large the tribes,” and that “the era of heroes.” Kukushkin is also suggested that the couple are living in a period of time, then the fighting and conflict have been widely disseminated in the region.

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The body of a young man and woman at the tomb. The cemetery, which dates back some 4,000 years to the bronze age. (Credit: Karaganda regional administration)

At the moment it is unclear what the relationship is between the male and the female. There is no age range is given for the couple, just that they were young, and in the cemetery they were buried in was owned by the wealthy.

Archaeological excavations have been carried out in the region for nearly three years, starting in 2016.

Earlier this week, an Iron-Age Celtic-woman was found buried in a tree, a coffin from venezuela. The woman, who was approximately 40-years-old when she was buried, and was adorned with precious jewels.

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