Three tombs uncovered in Romania

Published on September 8th, 2011 | by Admin


Two 4,500-year-old tombs and one 1,000-year-old tomb have been unconvered in Romania.

Inside the 1,000-year-old tomb archeologists found the remains of a human buried in a position similar to Christians and the remains of a horse, making specialists believe the tomb belongs to a member of the Pechenegs, nomadic people that lived in the 10th-11th centuries. Archeologists continue to look for other ancient tombs in the area.

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Story: Michael Roberts, | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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