“IPhone” found in the grave of 2100 years ago

A group of researchers led by Pavel Leone, Russian archaeologist discovered a tomb of the Xiongnu Woman from Ancient Cemetery in Tuva. Many Tombs from Al-Ted from the Bronze Age to Chinggis Khan’s Age.

Most striking is that the island’s archipelago is shaped like a modern cell phone, and archaeologists call it “iPhone.” But the woman in the tomb was named Natasha. A stone-covered island of 18 cm long and 9 cm wide stone was decorated with various stone mosaics.

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