The Baghdad Battery is the single artifact that has historians and scientists stumped.
It was found alongside 613 other objects in 1936 during the Kujut Rabua excavations under what seemed to be an ancient grave of some kind.
Chiseled brick, stones, and a curious vessel with a protruding metal rod were the most interesting finds from down there.
The latter was 14 centimeters long and 4 centimeters tall, with a curious copper cylinder inside, according to experts.
Nobody could figure out what it all meant at the time, but thanks to a German archeologist, many people today believe it was designed to conduct and generate energy.
Experts claim that no evidence of fire or torches have ever been discovered in some of the world’s most important archeological finds, suggesting that electricity could have been used instead.
Scientists, on the other hand, despise this hypothesis because it means the unthinkable for them: that they were much more technologically sophisticated than we could have expected.
However, several scholars assume that this is the only correct interpretation. The design of some of the world’s most famous buildings, such as the Great Pyramid of Giza, may also be explained by electricity.
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