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Gold objects depicting kagans in wreaths found in eastern Kazakhstan

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Gold objects depicting kagans in wreaths found in eastern Kazakhstan

EAST KAZAKHSTAN. KAZINFORM archaeologists have unearthed unique golden artifacts from the time of ancient Turks at the Yeleke Sazy burial mound in Tarbagatai district, East Kazakhstan governor Daniyal Akhmetov said after meeting with a group of scientists and scientists. archaeologists.

2 days ago, famous archaeologist Zeynolla Samashev unearthed unique golden artifacts depicting khaganate heads in wreaths. The governor expressed confidence that this discovery of the world will be described in the pages of the three-volume edition and that the artifacts will take their rightful place in the museum.

As previously reported, the Governor met with historians, scientists and archaeologists working on the three-volume edition devoted to the history of Kazakhstan. In particular, the results of the research carried out in the Yeleke Sazy Gorge, an extremely interesting monument from the ancient Turkish era, will be included in the edition. Many years ago a statue of a kagan was found. Now it is presented in the Kazakh National Museum. Recently archaeologists have unearthed there many weaponry supplies, harnesses and funerary garment jewelry, in particular, the belt set in the form of gold plates and ornate pendants, partly burnt and melted.

As noted here, the artefacts unearthed will generate great interest around the world.