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Weird NewsArchaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia

06:25  26 july  2019
06:25  26 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2 , 000 - years - ago from ' failed brain surgery ' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia . Ancient warrior is likely to have died as ancient medics performed life-saving surgery 2 , 000 years ago .

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Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia
Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2,000-years-ago from 'failed brain surgery' buried alongside a toddler covered in jewellery in Russia

Remains of an ancient warrior who died almost two thousand years ago from 'failed brain surgery' have been found in Russia.

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THE MYSTERIOUS remains of an ancient warrior who was buried next to an "elite" toddler 2 , 000 years ago have been uncovered in Russia . But the child, whose milk teeth were not fully formed, was buried with a large collection of remarkable jewellery . They were was interred with precious gem

He was buried next to an 'elite' toddler who went to the afterlife wearing stunning large gold earrings, a bracelet of semi-precious stones, and necklaces made of coral, amethyst, glass and cornelian.

The child was interred with precious gem stones depicting scenes from the myths of Ancient Greece.

Archaeologists are trying to work out if the fighter and the child, whose sex is not yet determined, are linked.

They were found in adjacent graves dating to around 1,800 years ago.

The Sarmatian warrior had a short sword with no hilt in a sheath made of orange-coloured leather, and a quiver with a set of arrowheads.

Experts say a gaping gash in his head was not a battlefield wound, but rather a desperate attempt by ancient medics perform life-saving surgery.

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A warrior found buried next to an a elite nomad child was killed not by battle but by a failed attempt at primitive brain surgery . Archaeologists find remains of ancient warrior who died 2 , 000 - years - ago from ' failed brain surgery ' Warrior died during primitive brain surgery procedure.

Archaeologist Damir Solovyev said: 'The big round hole points to failed skull surgery.

'The edges of the hole have no traces of bone tissue regrowth, which means that the man most likely died during the operation.'

The toddler is believed to be aged around two and the cause of death is unclear.

But the child, whose milk teeth were not fully formed, was buried with a large collection of remarkable jewellery suggesting the infant had a prominent place in nomadic society.

'The grave is literally showered with beads of all sizes,' said Solovyov.

'An amazingly preserved duck-shaped oil jar was found inside the burial, along with several stunning examples of gemstone jewellery depicting scenes from the myths of Ancient Greece.

'One of them shows legendary hero Perseus holding the head of Medusa Gorgon.'

Brain surgery or trepanation was known in ancient times.

Research in Russia indicates prehistoric medics conducting primitive procedures of this kind used cannabis, magic mushrooms, and even Shamanic practices like ecstatic dancing as anaesthetics to dull the pain.

The aim of surgery may have been to ease severe headaches, cure a haematoma, following skull injuries, or seeking to overcome epilepsy.

The archaeological site in Astrakhan region, close to the Caspian Sea, was discovered earlier this year by a local farmer who found a bronze pot while making a garbage pit on his land.

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