Kazakhstan archaeologists have found more than 3 thousand ancient gold jewelry

В Казахстане археологи обнаружили более 3 тысяч древних золотых изделий

A large number of valuable finds in the mound suggest that it may be buried the man and the woman – the Kingdom of a person or people belonging to the elite of Saks companies.

In Kazakhstan, Tarbagatai district of East Kazakhstan region during the excavations of the mound Eleke Sazy archaeologists have discovered about 3 thousand pieces of gold, dated to 8-7 centuries BC, reports Interfax-Ukraine with reference to the press service of akim of the region.

It is noted that in the course of the study, Tarbagataisky array, it was discovered 200 mounds. In the process of excavation of graves Elece-2 were found more than 3 thousand gold products.

“Among them there are unique things that no one burial ground. For example, women’s earrings-bells, plate with four studs, women’s necklace with precious stones. Also among them are equipment of gold for horses”, – stated in the message.

According to archaeologist zeynolla Samashev, a large number of valuable finds in this mound suggest that it may be buried the man and the woman – the Kingdom of a person or people belonging to the elite of Saks companies.

“It affects the technology of manufacturing products: gold circular beads, which adorned the clothing of men and women, suggests that our ancestors possessed the technology micropace, and also had vast knowledge in the field of metallurgy”, – stated in the message.

All the finds suggest that the people of that time had developed technology, metallurgical expertise, and hence were open cuts, mines, ore mining, concentration, smelting and the final product.

“Was the deepest industrial culture. It completely changes the image of the nomadic people”, – said the Governor of the region Daniyal Akhmetov.

At the moment the excavations of burial mounds in Tarbagatai district continues.

Recall that in the United States paleontologists excavated in National forest, Utah and found a skeleton of a new species of dinosaur. 76 fossils Dating millions of years old and refers to an ancient armored reptiles.

 
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