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Ancient Shamans Tomb Discovered by Archeologists in South Ural
9.09.2010 10:37
Ancient Shamans Tomb Discovered by Archeologists in South Ural

Archeologists have discovered 240 metres of exposed passages and several floors in one of the caves near Krasnogorsk Settlement of Uvelsk District, Chelyabinsk Region.
      They have also found remains of animals and bones of an early man. Historians assume that it is the first burial of a Siberian shaman in Russia. In confirmation of the supposition they have found three iron bars from his costume.
      The caves were discovered by archeologists in the mid 1990s. Excavations were started there, but then in the absence of money they were abandoned. Now archeologists have resumed digging in the ancient caves.


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