Ancient Horsemen of Siberia
Scientists Continue to Discover ancient human remains. This series details the technical advances that enhance our knowledge of how such bodies stay preserved, as well as increasing our understanding of each group's way of life and death.
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afterlife Altai mountains Altaians ancient cultures Ancient Equestrian animal antler archaeologists artifacts believe beneath bridles burial chamber burial mound called carved clothing coffin coriander corpse dawn horse death decorated deer dendrochronologist Dorcas Brown embalming Eohippus Ethnographers evidence excavated by Rudenko felt Frozen Tombs grave grunt hair Hauri head headdress herds Herodotus historians hole horse riders horse's horseback human Ibid Ice Maiden International Museum Jeanne Smoot Kentucky Horse Park Kokpar kurdyuk leather Ledi Ledi's body Ledi's horses Ledi's tomb legs Lexington lived log tomb looted looters Mesohippus million years ago mirror modern Altaians Mummies Natalya Polosmak Pastures of Heaven Pazyryk burial Pazyryk kurgans Pazyryk tomb personal communication pine marten Reluctant Rider Riding horses Rudenko discovered saddle covers Sarmatians scientists Scythians Scytho-Siberian tribes seminomadic Sergei Rudenko sheep Siberia skin Smoot stones strap tattoos tell tent thesis Thompson trepanation Ukok Plateau woman wooden wore www.imh.org/imh/kyhp The Reluctant