Research started on two thousand year old bronze hand found in Spain

Scientists have made an interesting discovery in the northern region of Spain.

During this, a 2,000 year old bronze hand full of mysterious symbols was found.

This Iron Age remains challenges existing assumptions about a historic local tribe.

According to this, new and unique information has now come to light about the tribe's methods of communication.

This tribe is known to have populated this area of ​​Spain, but left behind very few written records.

The inscription on the bronze hand may be linked to ancient Paleo-Hispanic languages.

Experts suggest that the inscription on the bronze hand may be linked to ancient Paleo-Hispanic languages.

This hand, decorated with four lines of symbols still unknown, could provide many clues to unlock the secret of the Vascons.

The Vascones have been cited as the early ancestors of modern Basques.

This historic discovery opens the door to a deeper understanding of Spain's rich history and the many insights that have shaped its past.

This discovery overturns previous assumptions about the Vascons.

Earlier he was considered illiterate.

A hand made of bronze has been found as evidence of their developed cultural customs. 

Efforts are being made to understand the inscription.

This inscription may reveal more about the Vascones' language, beliefs, and broader tapestry of ancient cultures.

Researchers working on the project wrote, "Detailed linguistic analysis shows that the script represents a graphic form of Paleo-Hispanic, which shares its roots with the modern Basque language. This is the first Basque inscription." For example, the inscription on this artefact was also found on the gate of a residential building. It is interpreted as apotropaic, a symbol wishing for good fortune." The bronze

hand is a religious or Cultural significance: The team trying to decode the

researchers say that the hand made of bronze must have had religious or cultural significance. In ancient times, it was known that the Iberians used to cut off the right hands of their prisoners. However, because of having a right hand, Despite this, the symbols engraved on this art piece may have greater significance and a team of scientists is trying to decode them.