A curse tablet dating back around 1,700 years has been discovered in a Roman mansion in Jerusalem. In it a woman named Kyrilla invokes six gods in an attempt to lay a curse on a man named Iennys.
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Using CT Scans researchers have discovered clues as to how a form of communication, used for record keeping two centuries before the invention of writing, worked in Mesopotamia.
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