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The grave of a battle-scarred old-female-warrior to reveal their secrets

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It is the grave of a battle-scarred female warrior in Armenia and reveal her secrets, and was one of the inspirations for the Amazon women from Greek mythology.

It is the grave of a battle-scarred old-female-warrior has been discovered in Armenia, it is the revealing of the secrets.

The woman’s remains which date back to the 8th-6th centuries B. C., were discovered in the ancient tomb on High, I, in Armenia’s Lori Province. The site was excavated by 2017, and experts, sheds new light on the discovery of a paper that has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. The paper has been subjected to full peer review.

In an abstract way, the experts note that the skeleton belonged to a woman who seemed to have a life as a professional warrior, and it was buried when a person of rank.”

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While the jewelry has been discovered in the vicinity of the remains, the points from the woman to a higher social status, and the skeleton also bears the evidence of her “warrior” role. There is an iron arrow head, for example, is trapped in her thighs, and she had also hit her hip bone, thigh bone and the shin bone. While the woman is believed to have died in the conflict, they must be restored by the arrow mark. Experts note that her injuries were most likely sustained in two separate conflicts.

The skeletal remains, which had suffered a number of injuries. The jewelry was discovered with the skeleton shows that the woman is of high status.
(A. Yu. Khudaverdyan et al., International Journal of Osteoarchaeology )

The skeleton and muscular attachments are also strong, according to the researchers, and its upper limbs are showing signs of intense physical activity. Its pectoral major and deltoid muscles, for example, have been used for the drawing of a bow across her chest. To her seemed to wear the sign of the muscles which are being developed by the horse.

The tomb is only the second burial has been discovered in Armenia, which is evidence of female warriors, according to the study. However, experts say that the female warriors were not uncommon in the Caucasus region in the ancient times, and perhaps this was the inspiration for the Amazons out of Greek myth.

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In the area where the remains were found. (A. Yu. Khudaverdyan et al., International Journal of Osteoarchaeology)

The graves of the other women warriors have been gathering attention in recent years. In Sweden, a grave containing the skeleton of a Viking warrior, thought for a long time, the man has recently been confirmed as a female.

In the 10th century, the tomb, which is known as a Bj. 581, it was first discovered on the Swedish island of Bjorko, in the late 19th century, and it was supposed to be a man. By 2017, however, the experts have published the results of a DNA analysis, it turned out that the skeleton is that of a woman. The surprising discovery has led to a lot of debate.

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In an article published earlier this year in the journal Antiquity, scholars have responded to the critics with a study that they are considered to be in the right frame and that there is only one set of human remains in the grave.

In a separate project, the researchers have revealed that a mysterious female warrior has been discovered in a Viking grave in Denmark are not a real Viking.

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Fox News’ Chris Ciaccia, contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers.

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