Ak-Mechet burial site

Ak-Mechet burial site. A Scythian burial site of the 5th–4th century BC near Ak-Mechet (now Chornomorske) in the Crimea. Excavations, which began in 1885, uncovered a Scythian warrior buried in a stone tomb that contained gold ornaments engraved with animal motifs, arrowheads, and other objects.




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