Ancient giant black granite sarcophagus discovered in Alexandria, Egypt
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http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/07/0...egypt.html

http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/a...-in-egypt/

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-new...180969551/

https://www.archaeology.org/news/6764-18...arcophagus

This is huge folks...

No pun intended?!

Check out the carved alabaster head statue that was found with it...

http://cdn.iflscience.com/images/643a1c6...-minst.jpg

It's haunting.

Who is he?

4:30 I don't agree with Rex about this... I don't sense anything dangerous about it at all. 

5:12 I feel like Rex is taking it in an interesting "Prometheus" kinda direction.

That carved head though, I can't get over it...

Would being buried for like 2000 years really cause it to get that beat up?? Looks like he got bashed against cliffs and shit for like hundreds of years.

But I'm gonna tell you what... the faint face I can still make out on it, this wasn't traditional Egyptian looking style. 

Rex has a really good point with the metaphysical properties of granite, and examining what the sarcophagus and bust were made out of. Very relevant.

This statute looks familiar but I can't place who it looks like.

12:38 LMFAO Rex is such a dork!!!
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Maybe it got bashed up before it was buried? Or maybe just the earth shifting on it damaged it? It doesn't look egyptian looks more Roman.
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Greco-Roman.
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I don't think the size of the sarcophagus indicates that this was a giant...

I just think it means there may be multiple layers of containment going on.
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Which is very interesting in and of itself.
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(07-10-2018, 03:44 AM)Trix Wrote: Which is very interesting in and of itself.

I believe it's 10,000-15,000 years old Blush
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That carved head looks like it LMAO.

Whoever it was looks like they were pretty hot though.
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It’s definitely a stunning find...

Look how smooth that thing is.

Humanity was way advanced in those days, people don’t even know.
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So are they gonna open it??

I dreamed about them carefully chipping away at the mortar...

hmmm
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https://amp.livescience.com/63027-mmassi...stery.html

This article says they might just use x-rays to look inside.

Seems like a good idea to do that FIRST. But I’d be opening it.
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I’d be dancing naked on top of it too...

I’d like to feel that smooth black granite all over my naked body.
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I’d lube up the entire sarcophagus and slip around on it for hours.
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Other Greco-Roman discoveries in Egypt:

https://www.phys.org/news/2018-04-archae...egypt.html

https://www.phys.org/news/2018-04-archae...egypt.html

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018...egypt-spd/
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I wanna know who this was and why/how the statue looks so bashed up.

Look at some of the statues in those other links. They look rough too but nowhere near as beat up as this statue.
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Hmmm...

I dunno, it seems kinda Roman but then it doesn’t.

Seems like something else.

Maybe Hardstud is right.
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1:38 very interesting.

2:36 - 2:46 that's so hot...

nanarub

3:57 see, THAT'S what sounds right to me.

That's what clicks, in my opinion.

Whoever is in that sarcophagus is an original.
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(07-10-2018, 02:01 AM)Trix Wrote: Check out the carved alabaster head statue that was found with it...

http://cdn.iflscience.com/images/643a1c6...-minst.jpg

It's haunting.

Who is he?

That carved head though, I can't get over it...

Would being buried for like 2000 years really cause it to get that beat up?? Looks like he got bashed against cliffs and shit for like hundreds of years.

But I'm gonna tell you what... the faint face I can still make out on it, this wasn't traditional Egyptian looking style.

that piece was assaulted with a combination of blunt and pointed instruments, assuming it was ever a finished piece. there are loads of relics that bear similar damage. being buried ain't gonna do that, unless it's in a gravel pit that's being jumbled around like a chuck-e-cheese ball pit. even then it would round off edges, not leave them.

it is a classic european style head, greco-roman/anglo type.
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(07-11-2018, 06:00 PM)genba Wrote: that piece was assaulted with a combination of blunt and pointed instruments, assuming it was ever a finished piece. there are loads of relics that bear similar damage. being buried ain't gonna do that, unless it's in a gravel pit that's being jumbled around like a chuck-e-cheese ball pit. even then it would round off edges, not leave them.

Well said, that's kind of what I was thinking as well.

I wonder who's in the sarcophagus then?

Seems like the bust might not be related.
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they said it's 8'7" long. fits an individual that'd be considered extremely tall by today's standards, but not reaching that mythical 12-16' height of documented beings.

my first two questions are what is the hair color, and is the skull elongated?
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(07-11-2018, 06:21 PM)genba Wrote: they said it's 8'7" long. fits an individual that'd be considered extremely tall by today's standards, but not reaching that mythical 12-16' height of documented beings.

my first two questions are what is the hair color, and is the skull elongated?

I am going to assume its a redheaded elongated skull mofo that they find everywhere and totally out of context lol

Like the ones from the Grand Canyon, or the mounds in the midwest or the ones they found in china and the middle east
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