Deformation of skulls is more frequent in the Sarmatian, especially late.
In Crimea, Russian archaeologists during excavations of the necropolis of Kyz-Aul near Kerch have found a burial of an eight month old child with an artificially deformed skull.
The child was buried in the barbaric tradition around the second century ad. Archaeologists believe that it was a boy not older than fifteen years.
“His head has been deformed almost immediately after birth. Deformation of skulls is more frequent in the Sarmatian, especially late, and is one of the signs identify them,” – said the archaeologists.
The discovery of artificially deformed skulls were made by the founder of the Bosporan archaeology Field Dobroksom in 1826, in the necropolis of the Cimmerian Bosporus, in the district of Kerch.
Cranial deformation, most likely, was carried out to demonstrate social status. It was believed that it led to increased aggressiveness.
Thus, the boy was destined to become a warrior, a defender of the Bosporan Kingdom, the researchers note.
Supporters of paleocontact, according to the archaeologists, consider these findings irrefutable proof of the encounter of man with extraterrestrial aliens.
Last summer, during excavations in the Kerch Peninsula, the Russian archeologists have found the tower and walls of the fortress, built over two thousand years ago in the times of the Bosporan Kingdom.
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