Man handed over to the police the remains of a man who lived before the Egyptian pyramids

(ORDO NEWS) — A resident of the capital of Great Britain discovered at the bottom of the river a femur belonging to a man who lived before the Egyptian pyramids appeared.

Simon Hunt, who works as a graphic designer, accidentally found a human bone, black from time, while riding on the Thames. At first, the man suggested that his unusual find might have something to do with the murder.

According to the Briton, the bone looked incredibly old, but the thought flashed through his mind that this might not be the case at all.

Hunt carefully took out the bone and then putting it in a plastic bag, he headed home. All this was seen by numerous passers-by. Then the man showed his find to his wife. Only then did he pluck up the courage to call the police.

The police immediately asked the man to show the place where this unusual find was made. They were going to start investigating immediately, but unfortunately the place was in deep water due to the rising tide.

Representatives of law enforcement agencies decided to send the bone to the laboratory in order to examine it in detail.

Hunt waited for several months for a call from the police. He was told to come to the station to collect the bone, and then asked to guess how old she really was.

As it was established, the bone belonged to an ancient man who lived around 3516-3365 BC. The find turned out to be much older than Stonehenge and even the Egyptian pyramids located in Giza.

Archaeologists said that the height of the deceased person reached about 170 centimeters, but the gender was not named.

To date, the discovered bone is stored in Hunt’s house. The man protects the find from the cat, whose name is Nutmeg, and hopes that in the near future he will be able to transfer the artifact to the London Museum.


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