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On the investigation of possible remains of Field Marshal Iosif Gurko and his wife Maria (Salias de Turnemir) found in their former estate Sakharovo (Tver Region, Russia)

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Author(s): Andrei V Zinoviev

Journal: Bulletin of the International Association for Paleodontology
ISSN 1846-6273

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 4;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Archaeoanthropology | Tver | Field Marshal | Gurko | Balkans | Russo-Turkish War

ABSTRACT
Two skeletons, found in the tomb of the former estate Sakharovo near the city of Tver, were investigated. Although fragmentary and lacking skulls, according to age of death and anthropometry they could have belonged to Field Marshal Iosif Vladimirovich Gurko (1828-1901) and his wife Maria Andreevna (Salias de Turnemir) (1838-1906). Further investigations are necessary to locate clavicles of the male skeleton. Fused fracture of one of them can strengthen the idea of the male skeleton belonging to Field Marshal, who broke the clavicle during manoeuvres of 1874.
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