A Mongolian noblewoman  found in a compost pit

“I wish I could find buried treasure,” said Natalia Filina’s husband when their spades hit stones in Ulan-Ude, Eastern Siberia, Russia. Soon they found bones of a Mongolian noblewoman in their compost pit. The excavated remains and a bronze mirror are dated to the 10th to 13th centuries.

(Source: Siberian Times)

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