Ancient Greek laptop. 2500-year-old 'time traveler' found in painting

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    Once again, conspiracy theorists rejoice after discovering high-tech images of modern times in ancient paintings and ceramics.

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    This time, conspiracy theorists are sure they have found indisputable evidence of time travel – supposedly images in an ancient Greek painting 2500 years old and tombstone from 100 BC captured nothing more than using a modern laptop, writes the Daily Star.

    To prove their theory about the possibility of travel between space and time, a group of conspiracy theorists turned to a painting about 2.5 thousand years old. This drawing was drawn on a vase and supposedly depicts a person using a laptop and a stylus.

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    Conspiracy theorists were not embarrassed that the depicted ancient Greek, for some unknown reason, uses a stylus to type on a laptop. And even the absence of USB ports did not become even the slightest reason to think that the person in the image is busy with some other activity.

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     Ancient Greek laptop: 2500-year-old 'time traveler' found in painting /></p><p>To consolidate their success in finding evidence of the existence of time travel, conspiracy lovers turned to another ancient Greek memo – this time, time travel lovers played along with an ancient tombstone dated 100 BC. Here the conspiracy theorists also looked at the image of the laptop. But now, this cannot be, the sculptor has also depicted USB ports.</p><p>Conspiracy theorists say that looking at the sculpture, they cannot help but think about the Delphic Oracle, which helps the priests contact the gods for more detailed information. Apparently, the World Wide Web acts as a god in the picture, to which the “time traveler” refers. There is only one question – how did he manage to connect to the Web?</p><p>However, all the “irrefutable evidence” of conspiracy theorists about the existence of time travelers and the “ancient Greek laptop” crashed against the very rational arguments of archaeologist Christina Killgrove. According to the scientist, ancient Greek monuments seem to depict wax tablets and special sticks, which were widely used for writing at that time. She also explained the presence of USB ports in the so-called “ancient Greek laptop” – most likely, there were wooden objects in the carvings on the sides of the tombstone, which simply rotted over time.</p>  <script async src=