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Warrior prince was a princess


(from Fox News Oct 21, 2013)


You all remember our Daniel book?  Well do some of you remember that warrior woman who fought against Rome?  Well guess what (just a maybe right now)?


Oops! Etruscan warrior prince really a princess


Last month, archaeologists announced a stunning find: a completely sealed tomb cut into the rock in Tuscany, Italy.

The untouched tomb held what looked like the body of an Etruscan prince holding a spear, along with the ashes of his wife. Several news outlets reported on the discovery of the 2,600-year-old warrior prince.


But the grave held one more surprise. A bone analysis has revealed the warrior prince was actually a princess, as Judith Weingarten, an alumna of the British School at Athens noted on her blogexternal-link.png, Zenobia: Empress of the East. [See Photos of the Unsealed Etruscan Tombexternal-link.png]


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