‘Magical artifacts’ discovered alongside centuries-old pilgrimage path to Mecca could have protected towards evil eye


An assortment of 400-year-old artifacts discovered alongside a former Muslim pilgrimage route from Egypt to the Arabian Peninsula could have been used for “magical rituals” or ceremonies, a brand new research finds.

Archaeologists found the gathering of products in Eilat, a area in southern Israel. Among the many gadgets have been a variety of clay-made objects, together with a figurine of a unadorned lady (presumably a goddess) along with her arms raised, miniature votive incense altars, rattle fragments, animal collectible figurines and an array of coloured quartz pebbles and seashells, in keeping with the research, printed July 14 within the Journal of Materials Cultures within the Muslim World.


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