(NLĐO) – Russian scientists are trying to explain the mystery in the tombs of couples buried since the Bronze Age, 3,500 years ago, recently discovered in the village of Staryi Tartas in Siberia.

Archaeological experts have discovered dozens of graves, including two people buried facing each other, hugging each other. They hope DNA tests will answer these special questions.

Author Vasiliy Labetskiy hypothesizes that the person who died later was buried and was arranged to put his arms around the body of the person buried first to show marital affection during the historical period when the family began to be considered a county. core.

But there are other theories that after a man died, his wife was killed and buried with her husband. There is an explanation that the two people in the tomb were placed in a sexual position and it is possible that the young woman buried also played the role of providing sexual service to the dead.

Director of the Institute of Archeology and Ethnology of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor Vyacheslav Molodin, commented: “We can imagine a lot: Maybe the husband died first, and the wife was killed and buried.” according to; Or maybe the grave was re-dug to bury one or more people and maybe they died at the same time.”

These strange findings were recorded by scientists when surveying about 600 graves in Siberia. The research team also found the remains of children buried together in several graves in the Novosibirsk region

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