Rich 1,500 year old Non-Han burial found in Inner Mongolia

In Inner Mongolia, archaeologists excavated a 1,500 year old cemetery.  One of the unearthed tombs had a coffin with a silk-covered body of a woman.  Also within the tomb was a silver vessel that depicts four Greek gods.  In addition, the deceased was wearing a gold headband, necklace, belt, and finger rings.  The excavating archaeologists believe that the cemetery belonged to a tribal chief of the Gaoche people.  

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