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A princely tomb in central Italy

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"Archaeologists have found the remains of an entire iron-wheeled war chariot in a newly discovered Iron Age tomb in central Italy, a new study finds.

"The lavish tomb is also brimming with other riches, including a stash of weapons, a bronze helmet and vessels made of bronze and clay.

"The body of the chariot’s owner, however, is long gone."

Full article at Fox: https://www.foxnews.com/science/tomb-of-iron-age-mystery-man-discovered-in-italy-and-theres-a-chariot-inside 

"At Corinaldo, near the Adriatic coast in northern Marche, the discovery and excavation of a high-status tomb dating to the seventh century BC has illuminated wide-ranging aspects of Piceni Culture in this part of central Italy, while also highlighting the growing symbiosis between academic research and development-led archaeology in heritage conservation and planning processes throughout Italy."

Research Paper at Cambridge dot org: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/antiquity/article/princely-tomb-in-central-italy-a-planned-discovery/4799B10748789D02FB965999C3D7E4BA

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Kittens Are Jerks

That's quite the find. Shame the body's missing. It would have been interesting to get a glimpse of what this person might have looked like.

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