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READ HERE: Antiquities Department reveals grave of hugging couple from 3500 years

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The official Facebook page of Treasures, burials and antiquities of the Arab world in Egypt has recently shared an update revealing a grave of couples hugging each other for 3500 (Thirty-Five Hundred) years.

As per the recent updates, the organization conveyed that scientists and archaeologists involved in the findings of the unique grave are trying to uncover the mysteries and facts behind the couple’s tomb.

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Furthermore, the treasures and burials of the Arab World organization have uploaded bizarre pictures from the ancient grave which was found in the village of Stari Tartas in the region of Novosibirsk, Egypt.

According to the sources, scientists and archaeologists have also closely studied and examined nearly 600 (Six hundred) graves near the village.

The reports have conveyed that among the found graves, dozens contain the bone structures of a couple, facing each other and some holding each other’s hands for what seems forever.

Furthermore, after the findings of the specific grave, a number of theories were considered to explain the uniqueness and phenomenon such as, when a man dies, his wife was also sacrificed and buried with him for decades to come in an intimate act, an some like Klein wonder as in, was it possible for a young woman to be sacrificed for this purpose, also to use her in the feminine role in this ritual?

Moreover, the professor and involved parties in investigating such a phenomenon do not exclude this hypothesis. At the same time, the professor also clarifies that it is nothing more than a hypothesis and that it is a pure suggestion; it may be true or may not be.

In addition, the scientist explained that “This Klein idea could extend to Siberia too because a large portion of researchers believe the Andronovo people were Iranians”. So this hypothesis can be expanded to them”.

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The professor from the treasure, burial for Arab organization, further added that “an okay number” of these graves. “The number is both impressive and suspicious.”

More than this, we see some interesting facts; for Andronovo culture, cremation of corpses is more common, here we can see interesting combinations like cremation and burial in one place.

There’s another hypothesis that explains that they not only scattered the ashes in the grave, but they made a doll and put the ashes in it, but we can’t be certain.

There are also buried remains of cremated bodies. So more complicated than it sounds, they loved each other and died on the same day.

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