Ancient grave discovered in private garden in Russia

Published on May 28th, 2009 | by Admin

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A family in Kursk, Russia, has found a 4,000 year old tomb in their garden.

It is interesting that last year during earthworks the same family came across a clay pot, which is about 4 thousand years old, as archeologists say. In addition to that recently they have dug up a skeleton of a kid. The archeologists that arrived at the plot also discovered a skeleton of a man and two clay vessels.

The half-bent position of the remains is characteristic of the burials of the Bronze Age.

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