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Laptops With USB Ports Were Used In Ancient Times, Shocking!

In the statue 'Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant' at the Oracle Of Delphi, there is a woman looking into an object resembling a laptop. It's too thin and looks like a jewelry box, so studies are going towards a kind of device that is a laptop. The woman in the statue is looking right in the middle of it, which depicts that there is a screen that she is staring into. 

There is still no confirmation that the object is actually a laptop computer from the olden times, but historians are looking into the matter. 

Laptops With USB Ports Were Used In Ancient Times, Shocking!

Laptops With USB Ports Were Used In Ancient Times, Shocking!

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The 'Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant' is kept on display in Malibu, California.

The 'Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant' is kept on display in Malibu, California.

It depicts a woman lounging in an armchair reaching out to the lid of a shallow chest which is brought by a servant girl.

There are many speculations about what this 'shallow chest' could be.

There are many speculations about what this 'shallow chest' could be.

The speculations included - a laptop, a mythical Pandora's box, a jewelry box and a wax tablet.

It depicts an object resembling a modern laptop with USB ports.

It depicts an object resembling a modern laptop with USB ports.

Since it is too thin to be a jewelry box, the only solution other than the laptop the historians can come up with is a Wax Tablet.

A Wax Tablet is an ancient writing board covered with wax on both sides.

A Wax Tablet is an ancient writing board covered with wax on both sides.

It was used as a traditional writing board with a stylus like object to write on it.

For those who can't accept the laptop theory, the wax tablet suits better.

For those who can't accept the laptop theory, the wax tablet suits better.

Although, the Oracle of Delphi was a sacred area for priests to connect with the Gods and beings of higher intelligence, they could have got the instructions or powers to build a device like a laptop.

But the wax tablet theory is more acceptable.

But the wax tablet theory is more acceptable.

Wax tablets were depicted in paintings and Greek art very often so that sounds like a more reasonable theory.

But no stylus or pen is seen in that sculpture.

But no stylus or pen is seen in that sculpture.

A wax tablet requires a stylus to be written with so it is a necessary accessory.

In the statue, the woman's eyes are fixed in the middle of the monitor.

In the statue, the woman's eyes are fixed in the middle of the monitor.

So it's highly unlikely for the object to be a wax tablet as well.

They are also claiming it to be a touchscreen device.

They are also claiming it to be a touchscreen device.

There are many conclusions over the statue and since the woman is touching the screen in a particular way, it could also be a touchscreen device.

It is no surprise that the object could be a modern-day laptop.

It is no surprise that the object could be a modern-day laptop.

The Greek were advanced and highly intelligent people, so they could be using high-tech devices that we don't know about as yet.

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