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Archaeological finds 5000 years ago "Romeo and Juliet" relying on burial

Archaeological finds 5000 years ago "Romeo and Juliet" relying on burial

Original title: Archaeological Discoveries 5,000 years ago, "Romeo and Juliet" rely closely on burial

According to the "Daily Mail" reported on the 27th, in Karaganda in central Kazakhstan, a pair of ancient "Romeo and Juliet" was discovered in a 5,000-year-old tomb. This pair of prehistoric lovers, close together, men holding arrows and a metal dagger, women wearing jewelry, including green bracelets made of semi-precious stones. There are two horses in the Bronze Age next to their tombs, which seem to carry the lovers through time and space and into the afterlife.

Archaeologists say that there are two horses on the tomb of the chariot (the sacrifice of the funeral), as well as a couple.

Archaeological finds 5000 years ago Romeo and Juliet

Archaeologists believe that men in the tomb may belong to the elite of the Bronze Age - "the coachman."

The tomb is surrounded by erected stones. It was looted by the robbers in ancient times. Fortunately, the remains of the horse-drawn chariots are intact, and the remains of the lovers remain.

Igor Kukushkin, an archaeologist responsible for excavation work, said that there are still many problems that the "Romeo and Juliet" couples lived together before they were born. It may be that one person died and committed suicide. Or killed, another person is buried. It is also possible that a pair of strange men and women who died at the same time were chosen to be buried after the death of the lover (similar to the marriage).

Dr. Igor said: "In our region, such burial is not uncommon, but the relationship between the second person and the deceased remains unresolved."

"The woman, or the man, was killed to 'accompany' the other half of her?"

“Is this a couple of men and women? Or is it just a post-mortem lover composed of a man and a woman who died at the same time but didn’t matter?” 


Archaeological Discoveries 5,000 years ago, "Romeo and Juliet" rely closely on burial


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