Georgian Remains Of ‘Oldest Woman Warrior’ Offer Clues To Early Civilization


An ancient skeleton excavated at a site near Tbilisi has been kept at Georgia’s National Museum for nearly a century — but archaeologists are now giving it a closer look. They say the woman who was buried with jewelry and a sword is the oldest female warrior ever identified, and that the artifacts provide valuable information about the culture and society of the late Bronze Age. (RFE/RL)


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