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Seima-Turbino phenomenon

Summary
The Seima-Turbino phenomenon is a pattern of burial sites with similar bronze artifacts dated to 2300–1700  (2017 dated from 2100–1900 , 2007 dated to 1650  onwards) found across northern Eurasia, particularly Siberia and Central Asia, maybe from Fennoscandia to Mongolia, Northeast China, Russian Far East, Korea, and Japan. The homeland is considered to be the Altai Mountains. These findings have suggested a common point of cultural origin, possession of advanced metal working technology, and unexplained rapid migration. The buried were nomadic warriors and metal-workers, traveling on horseback or two-wheeled carts. The name derives from the Seyma cemetery near the confluence of the Oka River and Volga River, first excavated around 1914, and the Turbino cemetery in Perm, first excavated in 1924. Origin Seima-Turbino (ST) weapons contain tin bronze ore originating from the Altai Mountains region (central Mon
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