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Roman made jewellery found on the body of a 2,000 year old barbarian woman from the Caucasus
We seek to retell the story of our beginnings. Skip to main content. An ancient warrior woman has been found in the Russian republic of Kabardino-Balkaria wearing rare Roman jewelry. Believed to have been related to a warrior or chieftain, the ancient woman was Kublai Khan was the grandson of Genghis Khan, the founder A man who needs no introduction, Gaius Julius Caesar is more than well known for the stories he spearheads—namely, his numerous military victories. Although, even his defeats somehow sound rather Ruthless and unpredictable, few armies have been as terrifying as the Huns.
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Her remains, found in a tomb in the mountainous Russian republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, have surprised archaeologists, in part due to the fact the jewellery was of Roman origin. The ancient woman is probably from the Alans warrior people who made incursions into the Caucasus in the first and second centuries AD. Archaeologists say she was buried alongside a warrior and two other men.
Ms Kadieva said the fact the jewellery was Roman-made is 'beyond any doubt'. She added: 'It is quite expensive for the time, and priceless for the barbarian world because there was no glass production in the North Caucasus back then.
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The beads on her shoes were made of glass but also contained carnelian, an orange coloured mineral that is part of the Quartz family. She had two rings on her fingers manufactured with the use of quite a complex technology.
Each of them was cast from transparent white glass with golden fibres from the same material, with a dark glass installation in the middle, as seen in this image. The woman was also discovered wearing a bright violet amethyst medallion as seen in this picture. The team say this would have been 'priceless' for the region as they had no glass blowing technology at the time. The woman is probably from the Alans warrior people who made incursions into the Caucasus in the first and second centuries AD, the team speculated.
It is thought the woman could have been the wife of a renowned warrior or tribal chief. The team found that the woman had been buried with a warrior and two other males.
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