17 Artifacts That Prove Museums Are Full of Treasures

Many people tend to believe that a museum is a rather boring place, and they go there only if they really have to. But this is not true. Sometimes museum exhibitions can be fun, or can literally turn the things you know upside down.

“This is considered the oldest known bottle of olive oil that has been preserved up today, and is now on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. It survived the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.”

“A mummified dog and baboon were buried together at the tomb KV50 in the Valley of Kings. They possibly date back to the reign of Amenhotep II (1427–1401 BC), the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.”

“This incredibly preserved 4,000-year-old wagon made of just oak, was unearthed in the Lchashen village near Lake Sevan, Armenia. It’s among the oldest wagons in the world.”


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