Archaeologists discover the remains of a former warrior who died 2,000 years ago

Archaeologists discover the remains of a former warrior who died 2,000 years ago. and one thing Experts say that the ancient warrior likely died during brain surgery.

The remains of a former warrior who died nearly two thousand years ago because of a “failed brain operation” were discovered in Russia.

He was buried with an “elite” boy who went on to the next life with impressive gold earrings. a bracelet made of semi-precious stones and necklaces of coral amethyst crystal and of carnelian.

The boy was buried with precious stones depicting scenes from the myths of ancient Greece.

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Archaeologists are trying to know if the fighter and the boy, whose sex is not yet determined, are related.

They have been found in adjacent graves dating back to about 1800 years ago.

The Sarmatian warrior had a short, handless sword in an orange leather case and a quiver with a series of arrowheads.

Experts say an open wound to the head was not an injury on the battlefield, but rather a desperate attempt by former doctors to perform life-saving surgery.

Archaeologist Damir Solovyev said: ‘The big round hole indicates a failed skull surgery.

Archaeologists discover the remains of a former warrior who died 2,000 years ago in Russia

“The edges of the hole have no trace of bone tissue regrowth, which means that the man probably died during the operation.
The child is thought to be about two years old and the cause of death is unclear.

They have been found in adjacent graves dating back to about 1800 years ago.

The Sarmatian warrior had a short, handless sword in an orange leather case and a quiver with a series of arrowheads.

Experts say an open wound to the head was not an injury on the battlefield, but rather a desperate attempt by former doctors to perform life-saving surgery.

Archaeologist Damir Solovyev said: ‘The big round hole indicates a failed skull surgery.

“The edges of the hole have no trace of bone tissue regrowth, which means that the man probably died during the operation.”
The child is thought to be about two years old and the cause of death is unclear

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