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James Balme, an English archaeologist, stumbled on a “garden stone” for sale on a gift website for about $19. But a mill is expected not a garden mill during all — Balme believes it is a 3,000-year-old personal seal, or cartouche, of a Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II. Ramses II, also famous as Ramses a Great, ruled Egypt from 1279 to 1213 B.C.E., Ancient Origins notes.

Experts are now examining a mill cartouche and a hieroglyphics to establish either it was, indeed, Ramses’ seal. One side of a sign is forged with a depiction of a seated male with a scarab beetle and an eagle, along with a object disk. The other side bears essay in hieroglyphics.

Ramses’ strange funeral site was looted by grave robbers, according to Ancient Origins, so it’s probable a sign has migrated distant divided from a strange owner. His ma is now displayed in Egypt’s Cairo Museum.

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