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    Reconstruction of a 2500 year old burial scene of Ukok Princess, with both women dressed in traditional Pazyryk clothes. Drawing by Elena Shumakova, Institute of Archeology and Ethnography, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science

  • dj Hollow

    more on the "style" of "Princess Ukok"

  • Jill Mason

    Fashion and beauty secrets of a 2,500 year old Siberian 'princess' from her permafrost burial chamber

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