A historian from Alma-Ata stated that he had found a grave Genghis Khan in Altai

Kazakh scientist Vladimir Oskolkov made a statement on what he discovered in the mountains of the Ore Altai where he was buried founder of the monogol empire. Photo from open sources According to the scientist, a likely place Genghis Khan’s burial place is located in a deserted area, where “people don’t walk at all, and if they do, it’s very rare,” this should be a place where there are no signs of human being. “On the Altai is a place completely suitable for these conditions. it “Leninogorsk (Ridder) depression”, – says Oskolkov, adding that the founder of the Mongol Empire once mentioned Altai himself as a possible place for your grave. As the scientist explained, in Traces of the presence of people were discovered in the Leninogorsk depression living in the stone age. Traces showing that in there were people there in the Bronze and Iron Ages, almost none rather, “it seems that they were deliberately destroyed.” At the moment, scientists from different countries (China, Mongolia, Russia and Kazakhstan) do not argue that the burial of Genghis Khan may be on Altai, but “each side wants the grave to be exactly on their territories, “the scientist added. Help As you know, before until now, scientists cannot argue under what circumstances the great khan perished. It is only known that he died in 1227 in military campaign in the Tangut state of Xi Xia. But legends about the reasons his death exists quite a lot. According to one version, the great the commander died after falling from a horse. Other sources report that the khan died from a mortal wound by an arrow as a result of a blow lightning and also from the fact that Tangut Hansha, a beauty Kurbeldishin-Khatun, ate Genghis Khan’s carotid artery during wedding night.

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