What are the hidden secrets in the Sumerian tablet?

What are the hidden secrets in the Sumerian tablet?


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Sumeria hides many secrets and experts are looking to decipher them
Ancient Sumer is one of the most controversial populations on record, the main reason being derived from their belief in the Anunnaki, extraterrestrial beings who, according to them, were the creators of humanity and who provided the knowledge of astronomy and writing in the first people who inhabited the earth. Archaeologists have found some objects that could be of great importance in history, including a tiny tablet with Sumerian script dating back 4,200 years.

At first, when the Sumerian table was discovered, no one could decipher it because of the complexity of the writing and the lack of information about that mysterious population. However, after many years of studies and research into what was once Sumerian and now belongs to Iraq, the experts were able to translate the letters written on that valuable object. The piece is important not only for its antiquity, but also for the amount of mysteries that will be revealed once the text is translated.

The Sumerian table and its translation
The Sumerian object is a small tablet, in fact, it measures the same as the thumb of an adult and on the front contains Sumerian texts that were recently translated, the problem is that from there scientists realized that there must be more of these tables somewhere in the world, because there are certain gaps that have no explanation. In order, the relic says: “18 jars of pig fat, dispensed fat, 4 containers of pig fat in the city of Zabala”.

Some believe that these objects were part of the Sumerian exchange or purchase items, but this is not a sure thing. On the other hand, it is said that the tables were communication methods for them, something innovative and quite effective. Archaeologists and the scientific community are looking for ways to find more such objects to determine what they mean and what they were used for.