The ancient skeleton surprised archeologists because he appeared to be dancing when his grave was opened in Amur region. Archeologist Denis Volkov, 35, said: ‘We jokingly nicknamed this skeleton Mikhail.
‘He amazed us with his pose – he had been laid to rest on his back, with his legs looking as if he was dancing.
‘His feet were crossed and knees wide open. None of the known burial ceremonies include this position of a body.’
Story: Olga Gertcyk, The Siberian Times | Photo: Denis Volkov