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I knew some idiot was gonna write “time travel” or “aliens” in the comment section.Anyways it appears they need a second or third archaeological assessment.Still, there is no record anywhere of ring/watches being popular in Europe until after 1780, which only deepens the mystery.The archaeologists were filming a documentary with two journalists when they made the puzzling discovery.While some mysteries are occasionally solved, the majority tend to live on forever without the truth being revealed.
The miniature watch, which is in the shape of a ring, is thought to be barely a century old.The mysterious timepiece was encrusted in mud and rock and had stopped at am. Could the watch/ring have been planted at the tomb, but if so, why and by whom? The Ming Dynasty did have its own unique age of watch making, but that does not explain why the word, ‘Swiss’ on the back of the watch is engraved in English.