by Yaz Shanndar
(Sa’ing Matar, Perasca) More than three months after the original announcement of the ancient site discovery on Perasca, The Quantar Council on Antiquities has released the first image of an artifact retrieved from the site along with the following statement:
We have completed reconstruction and preservation from partial body armor found at the subterranean site in Jekara, outside Sa’ing Matar. All evidence points to a dating of this site somewhere between 2,900 BT and 2,800 BT. The levels of technology of this armor, and at the site in general, are inconsistent with what we previously believed to be in existence at this point in Quantar history.
Several sources outside the Council on Antiquities have expressed shock both at the finding, and at the release. “They have dropped an absolute bomb,” said one non-Quantar archaeologist who asked not to be identified. “For months now they have kept an air-tight lid on all information and now they release this armor and tell us that they are essentially finding very modern tech during a time that was previously believed to be technologically primitive. It makes no sense.”
No additional details on the site or recoveries from the site were available from the Council on Antiquities.