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Antikythera 2000 year old skeleton found
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...m-sea.html

I think this thread belongs in this section of the new forum.

A 2000 year old human skeleton found on the shipwreck with the Antikythera mechanism.

I ought to learn more about the Antikythera mechanism.  I find it scary how much knowledge people had thousands of years ago that has been lost.
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(09-20-2016, 12:11 PM)silverfish Wrote: A 2000 year old human skeleton found on the shipwreck with the Antikythera mechanism.

I ought to learn more about the Antikythera mechanism.  I find it scary how much knowledge people had thousands of years ago that has been lost.

I'll be curious on DNA results when they come in


and years ago, we discussed that mechanism here on the board to length, interesting.
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#3
Very cool new touch on history!
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#4
LOST INFO... A TRUE SHAME AND TRAGIDY OF TIME...
OH TO BE ABLE TO GO BACK IN TIME, AND PERUSE THE SHELVES OF THE GREAT LIBRARIES OF HISTORY...
AND BE ABLE TO READ WHAT WAS WRITTEN THERE.
I THINK OF ALEXANDREA, THE VATICAN, EGYPT, SUMERIA, AND SUCH... WHAT WICKEDLY WONDERFUL FINDS COULD BE HAD?
BUT THEN, I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A UNREDEMABLE AND UNREPENTENT "BOOKWORM" ME WHOLE LIFE...
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So........any follow up on the story ?
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(01-20-2018, 03:38 PM)aqua Wrote: So........any follow up on the story ?

I googled this story again and there doesn't seem anything since the 2016 newsburst.


Weird how the media goes completely quiet on a story.
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