In the depths of a swamp in the Russian Republic of Tuva, a Swiss archaeologist has discovered an intact burial mound of the Scythians. Everything seems to indicate that it is not only the largest known tomb of a Scythian prince in southern Siberia, but also the oldest one found to date. It is also believed that it could house treasures in an excellent state of preservation.

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