Archaeologists have discovered a rib bone from 600 A.D in Břeclav with the Germanic Futhark alphabet inscribed in it, changing the consensus on anthropological history.  The rib bone was discovered in 2017, but years of extensive analysis have finally revealed the origin and the age of the special artifact.  Until now, it was thought that the oldest language that Slavic people ever came into contact with was the Glagolitic script. But these runes show that people on Czech land were in contact with the Futhark language beforehand.  “This bone, which we found during our research in 2017, was examined in detail by an international team of scientists from the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, and Australia. It was found to beContinue Reading