International archaeologists have found the tomb of a Scythian king and his wife crammed with exquisite gold burial paraphernalia totaling more than 20 kilograms.
The royal tomb named Arzhan 2 was first discovered by scientists in 2001 in the Valley of the Kings of the Republic of Tuva, the most mysterious land of Russia. Tomb of Arzhan 2 is 2,600 years old.
According to The Siberian Times, this 80-meter-wide mound is the burial place of a warrior king who ruled over a vast territory with many hills. The vast wealth he owned shows his close relationship with other civilizations.
The king was buried in an ancient cemetery with 14 horses, a symbol of Scythian wealth, each of which belonged to a different herd.