These remarkable new pictures show a 1,000-year-old mummy who was found in Mongolian mountains wearing " Adidas boots". The woman, aged between 30 and 40, went to the next life apparently donning red-and-black boots with distinctive stripes.
She was also reportedly buried with a striking clutch bag, a comb and a mirror - and no fewer than four changes of clothes.
But despite her seemingly lavish possessions, archaeologists think she was an "ordinary" women of her epoch, neither elite nor royal.
The woman was buried with a horse and a saddle with metal stirrups in such good condition that it could be used today.
Scientists believe she died up to 1,100 years ago in the Altai Mountains after suffering a serious head wound, but the cause is unclear.
The female's remains were preserved incredibly well - as were those of the horse and ram's head she was buried alongside.
Some skin and hair is seen on her remains, which were wrapped in felt.