Ancient Egyptian skeletons found wearing copper toe rings

07/9/2013 | LiveScience.com

Archaeologists have uncovered two 3,300-year-old Egyptian skeletons buried wearing mysterious copper alloy toe rings. The ancient Egyptians were most likely common citizens of the ancient city Akhetaten and archaeologists think the toe rings may have been used as possible healing devices, as one of the skeletons had a broken foot and leg.

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