The artifact which resembles a modern-day cellphone was reportedly found a few years ago by archaeologists digging in a city in the Austrian state of Salzburg. Stories filled the internet with speculation the object could even be proof of т¡мe travel.
The tablet was dated to around the 13th century BCE. By that т¡мe, the Sumerian writing style – usually known as cuneiform – had already been around for a few thousand years.
Editorial on the channel goes on to say: “Cuneiform tablets aren’t unusual – an estimated two million have been excavated. The language was a mystery until the 19th century when its code was deciphered.” Cuneiform was one of the first systems of writing developed by the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia around 3,500BC to 3,000 BC
Conspiracy website tothedeathmedia.com reported: “According to reports, during archaeological excavations at Fuschl am See, (in Salzburg), Austria, researchers unearthed a mysterious artifact from the thirteenth century with cuneiform writing that strangely resembles a cell phone.
“This type of writing is typically found in modern-day Iran or Iraq (ancient Mesopotamia).