Partial remains of a woman who is believed to have died some 1,500-years ago have been found, nearly 10,000 feet high in the Altai Mountains. So far, they have found only one hand and the mummy's feet.
However, what has taken the internet by storm is that the mummy has been seen wearing Adidas footwear, complete with the iconic stripes. The discovery comes after Daily Star Online reported on the bizarre discovery of an "800-year-old" mobile phone that some claim could be evidence of an advanced civilization or time travel.
But experts say "Adidas" find is one of the most unique insights into Mongolian life at the time. It is the first Turkik burial to be discovered in Central Asia, and the authorities have already answered a lot of questions. A Khovd Museum spokesman said, “This person was not from elite, and we believe it was likely a woman because there is no bow in the tomb."
Now we are carefully unwrapping the body and once this is complete, the specialists will be able to say more precisely about the gender.” Also found with her remains were a saddle, bridle, clay vase, wooden bowl, trough, iron kettle, and an entire horse.
This is the first complete Turkik burial at least in Mongolia - and probably in all Central Asia.
This is a very rare phenomenon.
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