Archaeologists in East Kazakhstan came on a sensational finding, reports a Russian and Kazakh language KTK Channel.
The tomb of a Saka princess was found in the district of Urzhar, East Kazakhstan Oblast.
A stone sarcophagus with a female skeleton was discovered during road maintenance works.
A 100% golden headwear referred her to a noble family.
Next to the relics were golden earrings, wooden plates and bones of a sacrificed animal.
Archaeologists presume, the skeleton belongs to the daughter of a king of a Saka tribe.
According to the early version, the finding dates back to 4-3 centuries B.C.