Skeleton of ancient shaman found in 5,000-year-old grave in Siberia (PHOTOS)

Skeleton of ancient shaman found in 5,000-year-old grave in Siberia (PHOTOS)

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Skeleton of an ancient "birdman" shaman wearing a costume full of bird beaks is found next to a pair of Bronze Age glasses in a 5,000-year-old Siberian grave.

In addition, another tomb was discovered at the site, where a supposed pair of 5,000-year-old Bronze Age "glasses" was found. The objects were unearthed by researcher Lilia Kobeleva, from the Novosibirsk Institute of Archeology and Ethnography.

Siberian bird man: sensational discoveries in the heart of Russia confuse scientists. 5,000-year-old graves reveal shamans with a bird-beaked "necklace" and bronze glasses. & Nbsp;

Now, scientists are trying to unravel the mystery of how the nozzles were attached to each other or to the fabric, as no holes or any other imperfections were found in them.

Along with the glasses, five polished stone pendants were found, probably used in rituals, which were next to the man's left arm and around his waist.