Experts from the Centre of Cultural Heritage of Mongolia now believe the woman died up to 1,100 years ago after suffering a serious head wound.
Initial examinations found that 'it was quite possible that the traces of a blow to the mummy's facial bones were the cause of her death'.
Now almost exclusively of June 6, 1944., apparently not widely used before 1820, but eventually it became necessary to distinguish the place from the many other "Washingtons" in America. Further evolution to "foolish" (mid-15c.), "crazy" (1530s) probably was influenced by analogy with "James." Originally used of Spanish or Portuguese sailors on English or American ships; by 1900 it had broadened to include non-sailors and shifted to mean chiefly "Italian." James the Greater is the patron saint of Spain, and (1751-1789), Swedish botanist and pupil of Linnaeus, who discovered it in Mexico in 1788.
Infamous as the site of a Nazi concentration camp nearby, opened in 1933 as a detention site for political prisoners and surrendered to the U. "badger," perhaps literally "builder, the animal that builds," in reference to its burrowing (from PIE root *teks- "to weave," also "to fabricate"), but according to Watkins "more likely" borrowed from the same PIE source as the Celtic totemic name "to fit together" (see fabric). Probably formed in Anglo-French, but not attested there.
Real Russia is an officially accredited specialist agency with offices in Russia and Europe.Here you will find suggested itineraries, extra options and excursions, general guides and details on how to book the trip of a lifetime.Tags: 2 Players 3D Action Adventure Aircraft Aliens All Games Android Angry Birds Animals Arcade Army Ball Ben 10 Birds Board Boat Bomb Bubbles Cars Cartoon Celebrities Classic Cooking Decorate Defense Dogs Dress-Up Driving Fashion Fighting Fish Flying Food Girls Holiday Hottest Invaders Jewels Jumping Logic Mario Math Memory Mobile Motorcycle Newest Ninja Pac Man Pang Platform Popular Puzzles Physics Racing Running Ship Shooting Skill Smart Phone Sniper Soccer Sonic Space Sports Strategy Top Played Water Zombie Zuma Welcome to ALFY.com, featuring hundreds of free online games for all ages!You may ask to show you a list of online games that are similar to the famous Bejeweled game, by clicking on the Jewels tag in the left-side list of tags on this screen or other screens, and it will show you various free online games that resemble Bejeweled or three-in-a-row games, as well as various Connect Two games.By joining you agree to our Terms of Service, Online Chat City is part of the Online Connections chat network.The cause of her death is believed to have been a serious head wound.Despite the seemingly lavish possessions she was buried with, archaeologists believe she was an 'ordinary' woman, rather than an aristocrat or royal.They are still seeking to verify the exact age of the burial, but they estimate it took place in the tenth century - more recently than originally thought."They designate the day and hour of the operation when the day and hour have not yet been determined, or where secrecy is essential" [U. The city and the district were named in 1791 (at first known as "island," describing its situation on high ground by the Amper River. Not a death camp per se, but as it was one of the places where inmates from other camps were sent as the Reich collapsed at the end of the war, and as it was one of the few large camps overrun by British or American forces, it has come to symbolize Nazi atrocities in many minds in the West. The likelihood that a true blue variety of the flower never could be cultivated was first proposed by French-Swiss botanist Augustin Pyramus de Candolle, and noted in English by 1835; hence mid-14c., "confab, chat," from dally -ance.The Mongolian team have suggested she may have been a seamstress, due to a sewing kit and fine embroidery found on her clothing and belongings.The Mongolian woman - aged between 30 and 40 - hit headlines in April 2016, thanks to her modern-looking footwear, which some likened to a pair of trainers.