In Mongolia found an ancient sarcophagus with mysterious characters
Mongolia is a very mysterious country. So much history is written about the Mongol-Tataric and all such related tribes. What lies behind the official story? What secrets? Here we’ll talk a bit about a mysterious discovery on the territory of this legendary country.
An international team of archaeologists in the Eastern Mongolian desert steppes was completed the excavation of the sarcophagus with columns of stone, covered with inscriptions, runes of Turkic origin. The data of radiocarbon analysis show that the unique kind of the monument of archeology was established in the 8th century. This was reported from Osaka University.
Research regarding the construction of stone, whose age is about 1300 L., was launched a couple of years ago. Excavations were conducted by archaeologists. Directed the work then, Takashi, Osawa, Osaka University. During research it was discovered 12 new inscriptions of the runic type.
As officially reported scientific institution, the more significant feature of the monument consider it a structural and a square configuration in which the sarcophagus remains surrounded by 14 pillars of stone with inscriptions, which are carved so-called tamgas of what is called the generic marks of over a hundred Turkic tribes of antiquity.
During the excavation another found particles of burnt coal, horse bones and sheepskins. The radiocarbon analysis of the type enabled to understand that the complex ritual ceremonies were built in the 8th century, when it was just the second dynasty of the rulers of ancient Turkic Qashqai.
A Professor named Takashi Osawa decrypted data labels. In the end, they discovered that buried and commemorated the person occupies the highest position in the Eastern Mongolia. It was the reign of a certain Tengri Khagan, which is the Emperor of the Eastern Turkic Khaganate, even with 716 for 741 years Earlier he was given the title of so-called Yabgu, that is the Viceroy, and later he even became commander in chief of the East Told-shad.
The burial was destroyed and looted in ancient times, but scientists claim that the sarcophagus was presented previously unknown information about the history of the relationship of the Turks of the dynasty with the peoples from the steppes of Mongolia, such as the Tatars, Kidane and tabaci. Another finding of the pillars of stones on the plateau, gave the possibility of obtaining significant information about the religion and worldview of the ancient nomads of that time.