Dendera Light Bulbs were uncovered in a bas-relief in a mysterious temple attributed to Hathor. At first look, there appear to be two large lamps joined by what appears to be an electric connection in this bas-relief.
Did the ancient Egyptians utilize electricity to light the pyramids? Given that there were no evidence or imprints left by the torches inside the pyramids, this notion of electric illumination could be correct.
Even if this notion appears absurd at first, you should be aware that some ancient electric batteries have been discovered in Baghdad. These batteries demonstrate that electricity existed in ancient times.
The Baghdad Battery, sometimes known as the Parthian Battery, is a collection of three objects discovered together: a ceramic pot, a copper tube, and an iron rod. It was discovered in the current Iraqi town of Khujut Rabu.
Corrosion of the metal and tests both suggest the presence of an acidic agent in the jar, such as wine or vinegar.
This raised the possibility that the liquid was utilized as an acidic electrolyte solution to generate an electric current from the difference in electrode potentials of the copper and iron electrodes.
When we analyze these ancient batteries in Baghdad, the hypothesis of early light bulbs may no longer appear so crazy.
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