On the wreck of a ship, in an area still unknown today as it is covered with stones in a very uncomfortable cavity to reach, approaching the Roman era and dating back to 60 BC and located on the seabed near the island Crete, the marble head of a statue of Herculesthe hero of Greek and Roman mythology and/or the corroded remains of a device still referred to as the oldest “analog computer”, the Antikytera mechanism.
Next to the bearded man’s head (which dates back to Hercules and could be part of the famous
headless statue found in 1900 “Heracles of Antikytera”), human remains (teeth)
specific): the latter would confirm the fact that the ship (about forty meters long),
he would have sailed these seas to Rome about 2,000 years ago. However, the same could never reach the destination because of a storm that caused it to collide with the rocks without any escape for any of those on board.
Finally, very intriguing and important for archaeological science is certainly the discovery of the
Antikytera Mechanism: Specifically, it is a series of bronze gears that were used at the time
they were used to predict solar eclipses, track the movements of the sun, moon, stars and gods
five planets known to the Greeks at the time, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
Source: Lega Nerd
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