Indian researchers say etches found in Kashmir may be the oldest depiction of a croaking starring ever discovered
For decades, stone carvings unearthed in the Himalayan territory of Kashmir were is considered to represent a hunting scene. But the presence of two celestial objects in the attractions has aroused the interest of a group of Indian astronomers.
They have proposed another philosophy. Harmonizing to a study published in the Indian Journal of History of Science, the Kashmir rock draws may be the oldest depiction of a supernova, the final explosion of a living hotshot, ever discovered.
Archaeologists find the carvings nearly half a century ago in Kashmir’s Burzahama site, where the oldest agreements ought to have dated to about 4,300 BC. It indicated two hunters, a bullshit, and two shine disks in the sky initially supposed to be two suns.