1,500-Year-Old Mummy Appears To Be Wearing Adidas Trainers

 
Related

Which banana would you choose? Your response may affect your health

Crazy stuff
874 points

19 siblings await their sperm donor father, now watch when he opens the door

Crazy stuff
290 points



Most recent

Sofitel Bogotá Victoria Regia utiliza huevos de gallinas libres de jaula

Comunicaciones
12 points

Volvo ya prueba camiones con hidrógeno: 1.000 km de autonomía, solo 15 minutos de repostaje

NOTICIAS-ETF
12 points

Los perros migrantes.

Pablo Emilio Obando Acosta
40 points

Los fuegos artificiales y las nuevas fuerzas

El diario de Enrique
10 points

Alertan d probabilidad alta d q el Mediterráneo viva un tsunami catastrófico en los próximos 30 años

NOTICIAS-ETF
12 points

Muere d un golpe de calor un bebé al que sus padres olvidaron en el asiento d atrás del coche (EEUU)

NOTICIAS-ETF
10 points

La pandemia de la COVID-19 sigue matando: Continúa el exceso de mortalidad en España

NOTICIAS-ETF
20 points

Hernández: Más cerca de la cárcel que de la presidencia

No hay que callar...
212 points

Una ola de calor extremo provocó la muerte de cientos de pingüinos en Argentina

NOTICIAS-ETF
10 points

LO VAMOS A EXTRAÑAR SENADOR ROBLEDO.

pensamiento Libre
100 points
SHARE
TWEET
“Style is eternal,” they say. In light of that wisdom, people have been pointing out the resemblance of this recently-discovered ancient mummy’s shoes to a pair of Adidas trainers, complete with their iconic stripes. Yes, it's even prompted numerous joking suggestions of “time travel”.

1,500-Year-Old Mummy Appears To Be Wearing Adidas Trainers

The mummified remains were found 2,803 meters (9,196 feet) up in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains. The mummy, thought to be a native Turkic female, is estimated to be over 1,500 years old. Its discovery was prompted after local herdsmen stumbled across the grave and alerted the Khovd Museum.

Unfortunately, and probably unsurprisingly, the researchers from the museum made no reference to the fresh pair of sneakers. However, they told the Siberian Times, “The finds show us that these people were very skilled craftsmen. Given that this was the grave of a simple person, we understand that craft skills were rather well developed.”

They added, “This person was not from elite, and we believe it was likely a woman, because there is no bow in the tomb.”

Aside from all the time travel nonsense, the researchers are more excited about what secrets this mummy is holding about the ancient Turkic culture. Along with the shoes, the mummy’s grave also contained a bundle of everyday objects, the remains of an entire horse, its saddle and four finely woven pieces of clothing.

Fuente: www.iflscience.com
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!

Comentarios más recientes
Carla Floyd
as Phyllis replied I am in shock that any body able to make $4140 in a few weeks on the internet . try this website.. Clik This Link inYour Browser.... =============PATHCASH30.COM
 
Featured content