The Internet Thinks That This 1,500-Year-Old Mummy is Wearing Adidas Shoes

Thank you, Internet.

Archeologists have unearthed a 1,500-year-old body from the 10,000 feet high Altai Mountains of Mongolia, and it could be a huge anthropological reveal, as this might be the first complete Turkik burial found in Central Asia and might give a comprehensive insight into the lifestyle of Mongols at that time, but all the Internet can talk about is the footwear  of the mummy, which appears to be Adidas, because time travel (obvi)

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As a Doctor Who enthusiast, I thoroughly approve of the theory, and the possibility that a woman wearing Adidas shoes time travelled and got stuck in Mongolian times is beyond exciting, and if this is not enough to spur all technologically gifted fellow human beings into making a time machine then I don't know what will. 

Whether the shoes are Adidas or not (they're not), the body has been identified as that of a woman, mainly because the mummy was found without a bow in the tomb and other objects found along with it suggest that she was not from the elite section of the society.

The specialists working on the body will be able to comment more comprehensively on the gender and other specifics of the body.

What do you think?

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