That is anything but what is claimed it is.
This is a rather large scale scam now often titled "Turkish Golden Leather Brownies" or some variation thereof. And completely fake.
The word ancient may be ambiguous, to a certain extent, but this was produced in very recent years.
And all are in on this by now: the forgers, the 'sellers', the police ...
The only close match I can find for this language in recent bills of the Iowa legislature is HF 802, which was signed into law on June 8, 2021. If this is the bill that Fowler is talking about, then his characterization is not accurate.
The Iowa Legislature, like all US state legislatures, has a website where you can search recent and pending legislation. ...
Until the IRS rule requiring SS to claim dependents, the usual time to get a SS # was when you applied to your first job. A person who never applied for a job might not ever have applied.
In the early '80s I filed jointly with a wife who had her own SS#. In correspondence with the IRS the pair of us were referred to collectively as my SS, our name was ...
Was money invented because barter was deemed impractical?
This is very difficult question to answer because in your question you are asking about whether barter was deemed impractical rather than whether it actually was objectively impractical, and money is literally as old as civilization itself perhaps even older as I will explain below, so we can ...
Ancient text and manuscripts were almost exclusively made from either Vellum or Parchment or Papyrus. It is only during the late 14th century that the paper that replaced these things got spread from China through the Arabic world to Europe.
This looks like a type of engraved leather, this is not what ancient manuscripts were written on.
Adding to what @LangLangC said, the text makes absolutely no sense:
Here is a transcription of the text in the following picture:
This is clearly not a cypher of some sort, because the letter frequencies do not match the letter frequency of Hebrew.
The most common ...