Ancient horse burial site revealed in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Ancient horse burial site has been revealed in Armenia recently.

“This find evidences that Armenia is was of the most ancient horse breeding centers,” Culture Ministry representative Hakob Simonyan told a news conference on September 6.

Armenian archeologists discovered remains of sacrificed horse dating back to 26-25 centuries BC.

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