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For the first time, science has allowed the faces of “Siberian Tutankhamun” and his queen buried 2600 years ago to be reconstructed.
Now, the features of the royal couple, who ruled at the time when the Great Pyramids were built in Egypt, are being brought to life.
Teams of anthropologists from the Moscow Miklukho-Maklai Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology and the Novosibirsk Institute of Archeology and Ethnography have spent months using the skulls to create sculptures of the king and queen.
“Great difficulties were associated with the restoration of the facial section,” Moscow-based anthropologists Elizaveta Veselovskaya and Ravil Galeev told the Russian Journal of Archeology, Anthropology and Ethnography.
“Unfortunately, less than half of the face was preserved, and elements of the skull important for reconstruction have been lost.
“Therefore, the restoration of this skull took a long time: each missing element was restored based on the existing surrounding structures. “
The restoration was carried out with hard sculptural clay and hard polyurethane foam, which now wears the awe-inspiring gold jewellery they were buried with.
A total of 9300 decorative gold pieces, weighing 20kg, including earrings, pendants and beads, were buried on the bodies of the royal couple.
Fourteen stallions in full dress of gold, bronze and iron, and all taken from different herds were also found inside the tomb.
The “Siberian Tutankhamun” king wore a pure gold torque – a necklace symbolising supreme power – decorated with animal carvings, and his clothes were embellished with thousands of small golden panthers figures.
The queen’s decorations were more modest; she wore turquoise beads, golden badges and a bracelet.
She also carried a golden cauldron and small bag.
The tomb they were buried in was just as extravagant.
The royal burial chamber stood inside a second, outer burial chamber, under an 80-metre-large mound in the remote Republic of Tuva.
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Inside the chamber, the walls of the tomb were covered with felt carpets and on a wooden floor lay the bodies of the ancient ruler and his companion.