The bird of Sakkara




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Country:
Egypt


Place:
Sakkara


Fingerprints:
Traces of ancient advanced technology, Ancient historical records of advanced technological knowledge


Description:

The Sakkara Bird is a bird-shaped artifact made of sycamore wood, discovered during the 1898 excavation of the Pa-di-Imen tomb in Sakkara, Egypt. Today it is exposed in the Egyptian Museum in Kairo (in the section of “Toys of the Pharaos”) . It has been dated to approximately 200 BCE. The hieroglyphics on the artefact say “gift from Amun” (god of wind and fertility). It has an aerodynamical shape and was tested in wind tunnels. It also has a vertical tail, but no birds have vertical tail feathers. It is comperable to the golden flyers of Columbia. Is it one more proof of cargo cult in ancient Egypt?




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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara_Bird, https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vogel_von_Sakkara


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