btw, did we mention that this was an accident yet?
Hmm. This is interesting since it happened in the Caspian Sea. After Iran retaliated against British piracy by seizing two British cargo ships, I expected retaliation. I envisioned the UK either seizing more ships from Iran or at the very worst, damaging or sinking an Iranian vessel in the Persian Gulf as a strong Fuck You! to Iran. But sinking a ship in the Caspian Sea? Now that's bold. I mean, maybe this really is an accident and I'm making a false assumption and I admit, I have no concrete evidence that this was an Anglo-Zionist operation against Iran. However, their record of behavior is enough for me to seriously entertain the idea. And if this is British retaliation against Iran, the fact that it takes place in the Caspian Sea is worrisome. The Caspian Sea is considered by all in the know to be a Russian Lake. They are responsible for protecting that trade zone. So if this is an Anglo-American retaliatory attack against Iran, they're doing it in a way to provoke Russia.
PS-once "fired" in a kiln, even primitive ceramics last literally FOREVER.
There are so many ancient clay pots etc that they aren't valuable unless unbroken, even if several thousand years BC old.
Since clay is "plastic" EVERY little group will naturally create their own slightly diff styles, and this is the basis for real archeology. You can ALWAYS tell who was where and moving at what time due to massive amounts of DISTINCTIVE broken clay pottery they will always leave behind.
No Jewish or "Hebrew" pottery exists prior to 200BC. In Israel today "scholars" try to pull obvious hoaxes like "Well, I guess the Israelites copied the style of low quality Phoenician pottery." I'm not making that up.
And "Jews had religious laws against marking or decorating pottery, or buildings, in any way".
I'm not making that up either. lol.
Actually there's literally no epigraphy left by the jews at all. The only piece we have is a pebble extracted from the site of Jericho. It's the size and shape of your little toe and it's got three parallel scratches gouged into it. That's it. And there's no mention of any Kingdom of Israel in the extensive epigraphy of Babylon or Assyria or Egypt whatsoever. Odd, no?
uhh it was uranium tiles yes i would call this a (((cohencidence))) to say the least
Jews didn't control Palestine until around that time (a little earlier, but not by much) when they came in as satraps of the Persian empire. All of the Old Testament is backdated; their second Temple was their first, and there never was a King Solomon. Their Temple was paid for by the Persians under a fraudulent pretext: the Jews told them Yahweh was a local synonym for the universal god Ahura Mazda, not a tribal deity loyal only to them. The Mt. Sinai of the Bible most likely refers to a dormant volcano in Arabia, not the currently named mountain near Egypt. The Hebrews, or Habiru, most likely were a confederation of thieves, swindlers, and priest/magicians drawn from the dregs and outskirts of the Babylonian empire, and their first major mark on history was from opening the gates of Babylon to the Persian conquerers, a trait that has defined them until the present day.