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7000 Year-old ostrich eggshell held at the Nubian Museum allegedly has ancient Egyptian pyramids drawn on it

What does this mean?  

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  1. 1. What does this mean?

    • The radiocarbon dating is wrong
    • The drawing was drawn later
    • The triangles depict something else, such as hills or mountains
    • The earliest pyramids are older than we think

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An alleged 7000 year-old ostrich eggshell with a drawing allegedly depicting ancient Egyptian pyramids is held at the Nubian Museum.




An ostrich egg, dating back around 7,000 years, allegedly depicts the three pyramids at Giza and the Nile River next to them. But how can this be? According to mainstream Egyptologists, the pyramids at Giza date back to around 4,500 years ago. 




This can only really mean one of four things:


  1. The radiocarbon dating is wrong.
  2. The drawing was drawn later.
  3. The triangles depict something else, such as hills or mountains.
  4. The earliest pyramids are older than we think.


What do you think?

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