Five Unexplained Ancient Artifacts

Regarding this world, one thing is beyond doubt, there are still many unexplained ancient artifacts waiting to be discovered on the earth. Every discovery seems to indicate that we are unraveling the mystery of earth’s unexplained ancient artifacts. On the other hand, there are many discoveries that have been excavated, but they are also bothering human beings. We are going to introduce to you 5 unexplained ancient artifacts that scientists have not yet been able to explain.

1. The London Hammer of 400 million years

unexplained ancient artifacts

The London hammer is a hammer made of iron and wood found in the area called London in Texas, USA in 1936. Part of the hammer is embedded in the nodules of limestone, which makes it regarded by some as an abnormal artifact. People cannot help but ask how an obviously man-made tool was wrapped in a 400 million-year-old rock. .

This metal hammer is about 15.24 cm long and 2.5 cm in diameter. This makes some people think that this hammer is not used for large-scale projects, but for delicate work or soft metals. According to the study of the Columbia Institute of Metallurgy, the handle inside has undergone a carbonization process, and the head of the hammer is constructed with iron purity that only modern technology can achieve. According to analysis, the head of the hammer consists of 97 pure iron, 2% chlorine and 1% sulfur. This makes it difficult to explain how it appeared in the 400 million-year-old rock. In 1983, after Karl Borg, who advocated creationism, bought the hammer, it began to attract wider attention. Karl Borg claimed that this hammer was “a landmark’pre-Flood’ discovery.” He used this as the basis for speculating on how the Earth’s atmospheric quality before the Flood promoted the growth of giant organisms. This hammer is now on display in the Museum of Evidence of His Creation, which sells copies of the hammer to visitors.

 

2. The Hungry Saqqara

The Hungry Saqqara

The Hungry Saqqara is the name of an ancient Egyptian sculpture whose history is believed to date back to the pre-dynastic period. Little is known about the origin and origin of this statue. It is now in the collection of Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. It is a sculpture that is 67 cm long and weighs about 80 kg. This statue is carved from limestone and depicts a pair of figures sitting naked. One of them is a male, while the other is usually considered a female holding a child. These figures are famous for their slender heads and slender limbs. The paint traces on the statue indicate that it has been painted. In addition, there are some ancient inscriptions on the base of the statue, but the language has not been recognized for many years

 

3. Ancient Copper Scroll

Ancient Copper Scroll

In 1947, a Bedouin shepherd made an amazing discovery in a small cave in a mountain above the Dead Sea. There he found the first batch of 800 ancient manuscripts dating back to at least 70 AD. These works were named “Dead Sea Scrolls”, which provided an opportunity for biblical scholars to understand the religious thinking of that critical period.

Between 1952 and 1956, archaeologists searched for other manuscripts in caves near Qumran Valley. Fragments of the scroll were found in 11 caves. Some files are as small as thumbnail fragments, while others are intact with little damage. Many are written on paper or leather.

However, the reel labeled 3Q15 is an anomaly. It is different from its group of manuscripts in almost all aspects. It is written in different Hebrew languages. It is not made of leather or papyrus, but a piece of almost pure copper paper. It was found alone in the back of a cave. The nature of the content is not literature or doctrine. This is just a list of 64 items describing where to find unique and incredible treasures of inestimable value. It describes not only knowledge wealth, but wealth composed of gold and silver. As Professor Richard Freund said, among the Dead Sea Scrolls, the bronze scrolls “may be the most unique, the most important, and the most incomprehensible.”

No one really knows the true location of these so-called treasures, and some people think that the treasures are not real.

 

4. Sanxingdui Cultural Relics

Sanxingdui Cultural Relics

In Guanghan, Sichuan, there was an amazing discovery in the once quiet Sanxingdui village, where two huge sacrificial pits were unearthed. The unexplained ancient artifacts inside are very rare. They are not the same as any cultural relics discovered in China. These objects include animal face sculptures and masks with dragon ears, open mouths and grinning teeth, human heads with gold foil masks, huge magic wands, and huge altars. , 4-meter-high copper trees and hundreds of other unique cultural relics. However, most of the cultural relics seem to have been damaged and dumped in huge pits. Further research found that their casting time can be traced back to about 1200 BC. However, people believed that there was no such technology to create these artifacts. No one is sure how they were made.

 

5. The mysterious stone of Indonesia

The mysterious stone of Indonesia

Bada Valley is a megalithic site located in the Lorrindu National Park in the Poso Region of Sulawesi Island in central Indonesia. Although these boulders have not been formally classified and recorded, several hundred of them have been placed in and around the national park. Most of these boulders are carved, 30 of which depict human figures. The Bada Valley boulder was first discovered in 1908. Although more than 100 years have passed since they were first discovered, our understanding of these objects still seems very limited. For example, when these boulders were made is still uncertain. For this reason, there have been controversies for many years. Some people think that it was carved 5000 years ago, and some people think it was 1000 years ago. In addition to not knowing the year of its manufacture, the creator of the boulder is also a mystery.

 

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