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She was buried some 3,700 years ago, inside a large clay jar. But archaeologists say that the bracelets on her wrist, the heavy silver diadem still clinging to her temple and the trove of expensive silver ornaments at her side mark the mysterious woman as a powerful figure — and perhaps even a young queen.