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Astonishing Discovery: Mighty Siberian Hero Warrior Reveals His Secrets From Almost 1,000 Years Ago

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(N.Morgan) These are just released, exclusive photos from inside the grave of a larger than life warlord horseman who held sway in the 11th century but lost his left arm in his final battle. The remains of a fearsome warrior, dating back from 1,00 years ago has been unearthed and now is being shown to the public in these extraordinary photos.




(‘A milestone discovery’. Picture: Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Siberian branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)






The warrior towered in height some 25 centimeters over his peers – were unearthed by archeologists near Omsk in an ancient burial mound. Experts are intrigued by his death mask and the elaborate nature of his grave which indicates his importance. Nicknamed ‘Bogatyr’ or ‘Great Warrior’, he is believed to have been trained in combat since childhood. He was buried with the massive fang of a bear embedded in his nose, seen as a sign of his strength and power.  A decorated mirror – a bronze plate – lay on his chest, inside a birch bark cover. The mirror was evidently a tool to communicate with the gods. In the grave, too, were 25 war arrows – which are still sharp today – and bronze tools. Archeologist Mikhail Korusenko who led the expedition to the Muromtsevsky district of Omsk region told The Siberian Times the find came as his team were about to complete fifth season of work. ‘We had almost finished our research and suddenly this warrior decided to meet with us,’ he said, calling the discovery a ‘milestone’ and a ‘sensational find’.





(The death mask, with number 4 marking the bear’s fang, and numbers 2 and 4 showing metal fish figurines with broken-off heads that were covering the warrior’s eye sockets. Picture: Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Siberian branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)




The pictures of the skeleton, shown here, were taken at the burial site. The image shows how archeologists believe warriors such as this ‘Bogatyr’ looked at this time. His death mask originally comprising fabric included caskets made of birch bark covering the eye sockets and mouth. Inside the caskets were metal figurines of fish with their heads broken off. By his feet lay a bronze cauldron with the remains of food to nourish him in the afterlife. Close by were remains of leather and fur, perhaps part of his costume or from the quiver decorations on his arrows. ‘We found 25 arrowheads – armor-piercing and diamond shaped, made from metal and bone,’ said the academic, a candidate of historical sciences, from the Omsk branch of the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. ‘Some of them were clearly of military purpose. Behind his skull we found a ringed bridle’ – a sign that the warrior was an accomplished horseman.  




(Warrior’s burial clearly shows his left wrist chopped off; number 1 marks the bridle, numbers 2-5 are the details of the death facial mask, number 7 is a bronze mirror, 10-11 mark bronze cauldron and arrowheads. Below is a reconstruction of how a warrior of that culture and period of time looked like, made by A. Soloviev. Other pictures: Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Siberian branch of Russian Academy of Sciences)




‘It is interesting  that the fish figures were cast as one, and then broken in two. It was an intentional action, definitely. Perhaps, it had some religious importance. Then, next to his nose was the fang of big predator, a bear, this beast being traditionally associated with strength, power and warriors.’  ‘Our warrior was killed in the battle. His left arm was severed in battle and placed near the body, and his shoulder was broken. But he was buried according to ritual which means he was a respected person. All the elements of the ritual give us an opportunity to discover historical and political conditions of the epoch the warrior lived in’.






(Bronze mirror was found on the warrior’s chest. Picture: Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Siberian branch of Russian Academy of Sciences






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