Riddles of the ancient Tauris: the petrified “bullet” inbuilding of the 2nd century BC

Crimea is a godsend for archeologists, especially on the territory
Ancient Taurida can be found not only the ruins of the legendary
Greek cities, but many other extremely entertaining as well
simply stunning artifacts. The fact is that this peninsula
from time immemorial has been inhabited by people, and here, apparently,
historical scenes were played out which, as they say, to us and
did not dream, but to which every historian would be interested
touch even slightly.

Such contacts can be attributed to absolutely fantastic.
a find discovered by archaeologists in the Crimea during the dismantling of ancient
buildings. In one of the masonry stones, the researchers saw
mysterious crack, although not immediately paid attention to her. Or rather
will say, no matter what the cracks, tried to keep
this stone is in its original form.

But … the stone still split, and then before the eyes of archaeologists
an amazing picture opened – inside it turned out to be petrified
bullet. The real bullet that can be fired from any
guns, even ancient, say, medieval.

The catch was that the stone and the bullet itself turned out to be
Much older than the time when, according to the common story,
people invented gunpowder and learned to use gunshot

As we all know from history textbooks, the Chinese invented gunpowder
in the 10th century of our time, how was the one found in
Crimea field, which is 12 centuries older than this invention?
It turns out, or gunpowder was invented much earlier, and not in China,
presumably (the independent have long been talking about this
researchers), or at that prehistoric time the ancient people knew how
to shoot bullets with the help of energy not powder, but something that we
just unknown.

Scientists are still studying the bullet found in the laboratory, however, as
say independent researchers, it is unlikely that something will clarify or
will change. Even more overt artifacts that contradict
common history, nothing changed in it. At best, about them
there were all kinds of “learned fables,” at worst – such artifacts are just
disappeared without a trace.

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