Very Old Human Creations That Still Surprise Us Today

Very Old Human Creations That Still Surprise Us Today

Very Old Human Creations That Still Surprise Us Today
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Prague's astrological clock is the oldest still functioning clock in the world, 1410.

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An 8-mile long "canvas" filled with ice age drawings of extinct animals has been discovered in the Amazon rainforest.

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Wonderful 2000-year-old sapphire ring presumably belonged to Roman emperor Caligula, thought depicting his fourth wife Caesonia.

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The Veiled Christ, a 1753 marble sculpture by Giuseppe Sanmartino exhibited in the Cappella Sansevero in Naples. Due to its incredible detail, there was a legend that said that the statue was covered by real veil and slowly transformed over time into marble via chemical processes.

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An early example of a successful cranioplasty (Peru, ca. 400 CE). The patient survived, as evidenced by the well-healed in situ cranioplasty made from a gold inlay. Now on display at the Gold Museum of Peru and Weapons of the World in Lima.



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