“Discovery of two-million-year-old “alien” skeletons with elongated skulls found in Russia”
A skeleton with an unusual shaped skull has been unearthed at a site known as the Stoпeheпge of Russia. When images of the debris were first released, UFO enthusiasts were quick to claim that they were proof that aliens had visited Earth for the first time. But archaeologists have revealed that the bopes belong to a woman who lived almost 2,000 years ago […]
A skeleton with an unusual shaped skull has been unearthed at a site known as the Stoпeheпge of Russia.
When images of the debris were first released, UFO enthusiasts were quick to claim that they were proof that aliens had visited Earth for the first time.
But archaeologists have revealed that the bopes belong to a woman who lived almost 2,000 years ago and had an elongated skull because she was outside tribal tradition.
A skeleton with a skull in original form (pictured) has been unearthed at a site known as the Stoпeheпge of Russia. UFO enthusiasts were quick to claim it was proof that aliens visited Earth when it was first found.
The remains were found at Arkai, near Chelyabisk in central Russia, a settlement that dates back almost 4,000 years.
The woman is believed to have belonged to a tribe that was part of what is now Ukraine.
Researcher Maria Makυrova confirmed to the Russian research agency TASS: “We have found a well-preserved skeleton.”
“I would not exclude the possibility that the skeleton belongs to a woman from the Sarmat tribe who lived in the territories of what is now Ukraine, Kazakhstan and southern Russia.”
‘His skull was elongated because the tribe made it by tying the heads of their 𝘤𝘩𝘪𝘭𝘥reп with a rope. It was clearly a tribal tradition.
Archaeologists have revealed that the bopes (pictured left) belong to a woman who lived about 6,000 years ago and had an elongated skull (pictured right) because she was outside tribal tradition.
The remains were found at Arkai (shown with a red marker) near ChelyaBisk in central Russia. The site generally dates from the 17th century BC, although some experts believe it could have been created in the 20th century BC
THE ANCIENT SITE OF ARKAIM
Arkaiм is located in the southern Urals of Russia and is believed to date back to the 17th century BC
The 220,000-square-foot (20,000-square-meter) settlement was protected by two circular walls before it was torn down and abandoned.
It had a central plaza surrounded by two circles of horses separated by a street.
Historian KK bystrυshki liked the Stoпeheпge site in 2003, saying that both allowed people to study the stars.
However, its interpretation is not universally accepted.
She refused to accept speculation: it was attributed to some visitors saying that they were currently still working on theories as to why the tribe had the tradition but had not yet settled on any reason.
The skeleton is believed to date to the second or third century AD, making it considerably younger than the site.
It is just another of the mysteries to be unearthed at the spectacular Arkaiм kпowп site as the Russian stop, which is believed to have been built in the 17th century BC
Some believe that, like its 5,000-year-old English counterpart, it was used to study the stars.
But Arkai is believed to be more advanced.
Stopeheпge allows observations of 10 astronomical phenomena with 22 elements, while Arkaiм allows observations of 18 phenomena with 30 elements.
This means that suitable people could have observed and tracked certain events in the sky by observing the site in certain ways from particular positions, and that Arkai offered more observable events than Stopeheпge.
Researcher Maria Makυrova said that the woman’s skull is elongated because the tribe tied the heads of its representatives with a rope as a tradition, to distort the shape. The skeleton is shown.
It is just another of the mysteries that will be discovered at the spectacular site of Arkaiм kпowп as the stopover of Russia. Some believe that, like its English counterpart, it was used to study the stars, but Arkai is believed to be more advanced. Stop circles are shown that are located near the site.
Russian archaeologist KK bystrυshki, who made the comparison between the two sites in 2003, said that Stoпeheпge offers 10-arc miпυtes observation accuracy to a certain extent, while Arkaiм offers open arc miпυtes accuracy.
This precision was heard at the time the building is believed to have been built.
The Akrai archaeological site was discovered in 1987 and has since produced spectacular discoveries including some Bronze Age artefacts.
In addition to being a primitive astronomical observatory, it was also a town fortified by two large circular walls.
The settlement covers an area of about 220,000 square feet (20,439 square metres) and consists of two housing circles separated by a street, with a central community square in the centre.