|Archeologists have found a rich woman’s tomb of the 2-3 centuries AC in an earlier examined burial mound near to Magnitka Settlement in Agapovsky District of the Chelyabinsk Region.
Researchers assume that the found remains belonged to a priestess of a tribe, who was humpbacked and, obviously, quite high-ranking in her lifetime. After all the ancient lady was buried wearing gold embroidered clothes, and a massive gold necklace, and with other valuables such as a purse with gold ornaments, an aroma vessel, a mirror, ritual items and others. All the gold is of rate triple nine, by the way.
Let's remind that the Huns were a nomadic tribe from northwestern parts of China, which made quite a stir on the Black Sea Coast in the early of 1st and 2nd centuries A.D., then was pushed aside to the lands of Ural Mountains and modern Kazakhstan, but later again came back to Europe and settled in the area of present Hungary; when headed by their leader Attila they initiated the fall of the Roman Empire.