From this issue, readers, among other things, will learn what secrets archaeological finds can reveal not some place far away, but literally in the neighboring area. After all, we are talking about the Urdzhar priestess. Her name is a tribute to the name of the area in the East Kazakhstan region, where in 2013 a unique pointed gold headdress was found, richly decorated with floral patterns and zoomorphic ornaments. Scientists have restored the appearance and outfit of the priestess and made important discoveries about the high position of women in antiquity.
Who knows, maybe the BBC History Magazine materials will captivate our schoolchildren so much that some of them will connect their lives with history or archeology in the future.