Archaeological dig in ‘Russian Atlantis’ reveals 2,100-year-old ‘iPhone case’
Dubbed ‘Natasha’s iPhone’ a 2,100-year-old artifact which was found in ‘Russian Atlantis, ’ could pass for the iPhone that is modern-day
Through the depths of Russia’s “Atlantis” — a famed archaeological website in southern Siberia that lies underwater for many of the 12 months — archaeologists emerged in what seems like a jewel-studded situation for the iPhone.
However the rectangle that is black which steps about 7 ins (18 centimeters) very very very long and around 4 ins (9 cm) wide, is no electronics accessory; it really is an ancient belt buckle made of jet — a gemstone made of pressurized lumber — inlaid with little beads of mother-of-pearl, carnelian and turquoise, The Siberian circumstances reported. Continue reading “2,100-year-old ‘iPhone situation’ found in ‘Russian Atlantis’”