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Chariots Found in 4,000-Year-Old Burial Site

Chariots Found in 4,000-Year-Old Burial Site

An ancient burial site that includes chariots and gold artifacts has been discovered in the south Caucasus region in the country of Georgia. The burial chamber, which is thought to date back over 4,000 years, was found inside a 39 ft. high mound called a kurgan. More at Live Science.

Pictured: Relief of ancient Assyrian warriors in a horse drawn chariot.

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