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The two apparent plague victims were buried together in a kurgan: a wooden chamber beneath a mound of earth.
That group consisted of herders from the Asian steppes, whose skeletons and genes are known from their burial mounds called kurgans.
The preliminary dig suggests the structure is the relatively undisturbed kurgan—a tomb of a Scythian prince.
The tomb, named Tunnug 1 (or Arzhan 0), could be the oldest and largest kurgan yet found in southern Siberia.
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