Very modern clothes and tools of antiquity nomads.
Look closely at the seams on the sole, both qualitatively made shoes, it is not rotted in the ground for centuries.
It seems that its sewing in a factory.
And here is photos of other products and things.
Archeologists find ancient mummy approximately 1,500 years old in Mongolia
Remains of suspected female of Turkik origin found in at an altitude of 2,803 metres in the Altai Mountains.
The ancient human remains are wrapped in felt but the excavation is being hailed as the first complete Turkik burial found in Central Asia. B.Sukhbaatar, researcher at Khovd Museum, said: ‘The person was not from elite, and we believe it was likely a woman, because there is no bow in the tomb.
‘Now we are carefully unwrapping the body and the specialists could say more precisely about the gender.’
In the mummy’s grave archaeologists found – alongside the human remains – a saddle, bridle, clay vase, wooden bowl, trough, iron kettle, the remains of entire horse, and four different ‘Dool’ (Mongolian clothes).
There were also pillows, a sheep’s head and felt travel bag in which were placed the whole back of a sheep, goat bones and small leather bag for the cup.
He said: ‘It is the first complete Turkik burial at least in Mongolia – and probably in all Central Asia. This is a very rare phenomenon. These finds show us the beliefs and rituals of Turkiks.
‘We can see clearly that the horse was deliberately sacrificed. It was a mare, between four and eight years old. Four coats we found were made of cotton.
Elaboated embroidery on the bag and a saddle – all very good preserved. Picture: Khovd Museum
‘The grave was located 2803 meters above sea level,’ said B.Sukhbaatar. ‘This fact and the cool temperatures helped to preserve the grave. The grave was three metres deep.
‘The finds show us that these people were very skilled craftsmen. Given that this was the grave of a simple person, we understand that craft skills were rather well developed.’
The Altai Mountains unite Siberia, in Russia, and Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan.