One of the two, a man who lived more than 3,300 years ago and died around the age of 35-40, was buried in textile and plant-stem matting and a copper alloy toe ring on his right foot. Researchers believe that he likely wore the ring while he was still alive. They note that he suffered a number of injuries during his lifetime, including several broken ribs and fractures of his left radius, right ulna, right foot and right femur. The ring may have been a magical attempt to heal these injuries. His burial was disturbed by tomb robbers.