Archaeologists working in the remnants of the Tarbagatay Mountains in Eastern Kazakhstan discovered the “man in gold dress” dating from the 8th to the 7th centuries BC at the Yeleke Sazy mound.
“Anthropologists say a young man is a grave in the 17-18 years of age and about 165-170 cm in length,” Kazakhstan’s Minister of Information and Communication said in a press conference at a recent press conference. All the objects buried with death are well preserved, allowing you to wake up your clothes and look.
This young man is almost buried underneath, because all his garments are decorated with gold beads. He also says that he is buried in a big bang under his neck, which is a noble soul, with an arrow under it and a dagger in it. “
According to archaeologist Zeinolla Samashev, who led the research team, much more needs to be done to examine the grave. “We will get a DNA reconstruction from the skull of the young man, DNA from the bones to understand how people live in those times, and learn something about their everyday lives and habits,” Samashev says.
The evidence of guest anthropologist Yegor Kitov from Moscow Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology is that the body is mummified. Kitov’s Proclamation “It shows that this young man, buried in the size of the finds and the mausoleum, has a high social status. His body is mummified to give time to those who wish to say goodbye to him from afar. “
The authorities are planning to exhibit unique pieces of art that have been unveiled for the past three years in a new museum in East Kazakhstan. “The finds show that there is a high level of technological development in the production of gold jewelery in the 8th century, which is a sign of the attainment of a high level of civilization at that time,” says Danial Akhmentov, head of regional administration for East Kazakhstan.