A BIZARRE 2,500-year-old vase painting depicting an “ancient Greek laptop” has been cited by conspiracy theorists as further “proof” of the existence of time travel.
Conspiracy woes previously ran wild across an ancient Greek tombstone dating to 100 BC. B.C., which appeared to feature a woman using a laptop.
It has raised the unanswerable question of time travel and whether it exists.
One crazy theory claims it’s evidence that a time traveler brought a portable computer back in time to when the sculpture was made.
And now a nearly 3,000-year-old painting also appears to show a seated man using a laptop.
The man is drawn to the side of a vase and is dressed in traditional Greek clothing while holding the ‘laptop’ in one hand and what may be a stylist in the other.
Unlike the tombstone carving, this “laptop” does not appear to have USB ports.
According to a video on conspiracy theorists’ YouTube channel Still Speaking Out, the tombstone carving “represents an amazing object resembling a modern laptop or handheld device.”
“Looking at the sculpture makes me think of the Oracle at Delphi, which was supposed to allow priests to connect with the gods to access advanced information,” the video reads.
However, the explanation for the bizarre-looking object is much more down-to-earth.
Archaeologist Kristina Killgrove wrote in Forbes that the object could be a pair of wax tablets used for writing.
She adds that the holes in the side of the tombstone carving may have contained wooden objects that have since rotted away.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6431105/time-travel-ancient-greek-laptop-2500-vase/ Another “evidence” of time travel is another “Ancient Greek laptop” seen on a 2,500-year-old vase painting