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Archeologists Conquer Lands of Princess of Ukok
8.02.2010 00:00
Archeologists Conquer Lands of Princess of Ukok

Russian archeologists have gained removal of the ban on diggings of tumuli in Altai Republic, where the mummy of Princes of Ukok was discovered in 1993.
      
      The mysterious find is about 2.5 thousand years old. Local dwellers proclaimed the Princess of Ukok the progenitress of the people and demanded not to touch their tomb. Scientists, in their turn, insisted that the mummy is a find of world significance and has nothing to do with the local dwellers.
      
      The removal of the improper ban was prompted by the situation, when another Novosibirsk archeological expedition had to give up excavations in that corner of Altai. Archeologists addressed Rosohrankultura, and its representatives in their turn approached prosecutors office.
      
      The Princess of Ukok is presently kept in the Museum of Archeology and Ethnography Institute of Siberian Branch of RAS.
      
      Source: infox.ru


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