A unique discovery has been made in Georgia that experts believe could change world history.
An unidentified piece of writing found by an archeological expedition from Georgia’s State University at Grakliani Hill, in the eastern Kaspi region, confirmed the existence of the written language on Georgian territory 2,700 years ago.
The archeologists said the writing had no analogue and it would become “an extremely interesting piece” for foreign scientists and explorers.
The writing was inscribed on the wall of the 7th Century BC temple dedicated to a fertility goddess.
“The discovery is very likely to change Georgian history and will seriously attract international interest,” said Georgia’s Minister of Culture Mikheil Giorgadze.
He added an outdoor museum would soon be built at the site to allow visitors to observe artifacts and archeological excavations.