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And her trademark felt boots - boasting red and black stripes - have been carefully cleaned, with new pictures revealed today by The Siberian Times.Experts from the Centre of Cultural Heritage of Mongolia now believe the woman died up to 1,100 years ago after suffering a serious head wound.Initial examinations found that 'it was quite possible that the traces of a blow to the mummy's facial bones were the cause of her death'.They are still seeking to verify the exact age of the burial, but they estimate it took place in the tenth century - more recently than originally thought.The Mongolian woman - aged between 30 and 40 - hit headlines in April 2016, thanks to her modern-looking footwear, which some likened to a pair of trainers.In the intervening 12 months, scientists have been working to find out more about the mysterious Mongolian mummy.In recent times, relations between the sexes have been beset by much disorder, brought about by various factors, among them the existence of gender roles which have their origin in economic structures that appeared during the Industrial Revolution and its destruction of traditional communities where the woman had a more weighty position in society than she was to be allotted in what we call modern civilization.
I spent the next 20 minutes or so holding my travel towel (Which I left behind) to his head and having him sit down and lean back so I could stop the bleeding enough to try and bandage him up. He decided to join me, which is where things went a little downhill. They couldn’t stop laughing, as Alka would pour a glass of vodka and walk across the room to give it to someone while maintaining his grip on my hand. Despite the seemingly lavish possessions she was buried with, archaeologists believe she was an 'ordinary' woman, rather than an aristocrat or royal.The Mongolian team have suggested she may have been a seamstress, due to a sewing kit and fine embroidery found on her clothing and belongings.Experts from the Centre of Cultural Heritage of Mongolia believe the body of a woman found in April last year, died up to 1,100 years ago.The cause of her death is believed to have been a serious head wound.
As will be understood, there is an acute need for wisdom and understanding between the sexes both in the organization of private and public life.