3,400-year-old Egyptian stone from Bronze Age found by 55-year-old man

3,400-year-old Egyptian stone from Bronze Age found by 55-year-old man

- A veterinarian, Buhalul, has discovered a 3,400-year-old ancient Egyptian stone during his morning swim

- The 55-year-old man said when he saw it under the belly of the sea, it led him into a place that looked like an old temple

- After experts had studied the stone, they said it was an anchor from the Bronze Age

A veterinarian, Buhalul, while taking a morning dip, found a stone that was later described as one of Egypt's valuable artifacts. The stone is also an anchor that has several hieroglyphs.

The stone was spotted by the 55-year-old man at the bottom of the sea as he swam inside where he said looked like an Egyptian temple, Haaretz reports.

The ancient stone also has the image of an Egyptian goddess. The stone had sunk into sand many years ago until a recent storm made it swim up.

After experts had examined the stone, they were able to trace it to 3,400 years ago. Since it was found, it has been on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.

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Apart from being an anchor, the stone is a fine creative piece of art. Photo source: Haaretz

Apart from being an anchor, the stone is a fine creative piece of art. Photo source: Haaretz
Source: UGC

It should be noted that the stone, during the Bronze Age, was an anchor for ships. The anchor has a hole drilled at the top where ropes are tied to moor a ship.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bill Gates bought the world’s first hydrogen-powered superyacht that is worth around $644m (N233,772,000,000) which has a large pool, helipad, spa, and gym.

The Microsoft co-founder commissioned the ship, a-112-meter long vessel that is powered by hydrogen.

It should be noted that the ship was designed by a Dutch, Sander Sinot, and showcased at the Monaco yacht show in 2019.

In describing the show last year, Sander said the inspiration behind the ship’s design was taken from the fluidity of water and the lifestyle of a forward-looking owner.

Another thing worthy of note is that the ship will not be hitting the seas before 2024. Whenever it does, the ship will travel 3,750 miles before it stops for a refuel.

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Added to that, the ship will be running 20mph. The aqua-machine also has a diesel back up because there is presently a scarcity of hydrogen refuelling stations.

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