Found “polar princess”
Polar Princess : Polar Princess face is characteristically and vividly painted. Polar Mother was wrapped in a copper cocoon by scientists and then buried in permafrost soil in the 12th century. A 35-year-old woman, her eyelashes, hair and teeth were preserved in her tomb.
The woman was buried about 40 miles underground and archaeologists also say that she came from a fishing community and was an elite member of the society she lived in. The Siberian Times reported that his head was mummified, and the rest of the body potted.
Around the age of 35, she was the only woman buried around three dozen meads. Her impressive eyelashes and teeth are immaculately preserved as are her full head of hair. They are found in deserts and in the north. Arctic mummies, similar to those found at Zeleny Yar, are very rare. That’s why (these finds) are unique.
Professor Dog-Hup Ship of Seoul National University tells the Siberian Times May that the process of mummification can be both artificial and traditional.
The professor pointed out that “lateral mummification of child bodies is especially observed, evidenced by the presence of copper objects and the geological climate, ancient – permafrost. The report also pointed out that researchers from South Korea and Russia are also expected to conduct a series of DNA tests on the archaeological remains discovered at the site.
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