UnNews:Archaeologist Believes He May Have Finally Found the Lost Extension Cord of Cleopatra
Thursday, November 24, 2022
Finding the lost extension cord of Cleopatra, legendary queen of ancient Egypt, is a kind of holy grail for archeologists. Experts have said that such a discovery would rewrite history and be a once-in-a-century event. One archeologist said he may have achieved just that. Greg Fitzsimmons, an archaeologist at the University of Santo Domingo, has uncovered a box in a closet in Northern Egypt that he believes may lead to Egyptian Queen Cleopatra's long lost extension cord.
The 8-foot-long extension cord, if buried inside the closet, is the result of nearly two decades of searching. "The excavation revealed a huge religious center with three sanctuaries, a sacred lake, more than 1,500 objects, busts, statues, golden pieces, a huge collection of coins portraying Alexander the Great, Queen Cleopatra and the Ptolemies," Fitzsimmons told CNN. "Plus a ham sandwich, an old windsurfing set-up, and a box marked 'Xmas Ornaments' We think the extension cord's in the Xmas Ornament box. We REALLY gotta clean out the guest house, I gotta talk to my wife."
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