The cause of their death has not been determined.
In the ancient Armenian city of Metsamor, a tomb was found that dates back to 1300-1200 BC. It is reported by Nauka w Polsce.
The grave contained the well-preserved remains of a man and a woman. According to preliminary data, they died at the age of 30-40 and were probably a couple. What caused death is unknown. However, everything indicates that these people died at the same time, said archaeologist Krzysztof Jakubiak.
The tomb turned out to be richly furnished, it was not plundered. According to the scientist, this is a unique find. More than a hundred beads and gold pendants were found in the grave, some of which look like Celtic crosses.
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Who lived in Metsamor in the second half of the second millennium, scientists do not know. It was a large settlement that did not leave behind any texts.