During excavations in the ancient city of Perre in the Samosat-Adiyaman province of Western Armenia, the skeletons of two men, presumably 1500 years old, were discovered.

Perrin is one of the five largest cities of the Kingdom of Commagene, which retained its importance in the Roman period. Last year, during excavations, a 220-meter stepped structure was discovered here, and this year, during excavations at a depth of 350 meters, the bones of two young people were found in the tomb. 

Nothing was found in the tomb, except for skeletons.