|Mummy of a Scythian warrior|
|Name(s)||No actual name; referred to as Scythian warrior|
|Status||A warrior believed to be of nobility|
|Date(s)||2,500 years old|
|Site||Area of the Altai Mountains at an altitude of 2,600 meters|
|Location||Altai Mountains, Mongolia|
Biography: Not much is known about the mummy's life, only that it was a male warrior from the Scythian culture. It is believed he died between 30-40 years of age. His cause of death is not fully determined.
Mummification: The mummy is in very good condition. It is believed that is was buried fully dressed. The mummy wore a thick fur coat made of fur from a sheep's wool lining. Traces of woven wool pants were found. The feet of the man were covered with knee-high boots. The mummy was buried with two horses, since two carcasses were found alongside the mummy.
Studies: Scientists hope the mummy can help them learn more about the nutrition and health of ancient humans.
Pathology: It is unknown at the moment what the health condition of the mummy was while he was alive.