Archaeologist Joel Klenck Reports Discovery of Earliest Writing, Noah’s Ark Codex, in Archaeological Context from Late Epipaleolithic Period (13,100 and 9,600 BC)

Archaeologist Joel Klenck reports that in Noah’s Ark on the larger Mount Ararat, researchers have found a calfskin parchment from area A1, locus 14, in an archaeological context from the late Epipalaeolithic period (13,100 and 9,600 BC). , showing Paleo-Hebrew letters and numbers.

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Lighthouse Point, FL – (ReleaseWire) – 09/30/2022 – Harvard University educated archaeologist, current president of applied archeology firm, PRC, Inc., and nonprofit Ararat Conservation, Inc., and former maritime executive, Joel Klenck, reports that in the rediscovered Noah’s Ark, a calfskin parchment was found in a context between 13,100 and 9,600 BC. was found. The parchment shows Paleo-Hebrew letters, numbers, and grammar. Furthermore, the characters reflect the writings of four people, most likely Noah, Shem, Ham, Japheth, or their wives as mentioned in Genesis 6:10 and the Quran.

Klenck confirms: “Noah’s Ark is the largest archaeological site in history. The ark is located in the southern gorge of the larger Mount Ararat, 158 meters long, in two general areas, within ten smaller sites, 3,900 to 4,700 meters high, 14 archaeological features currently on display, access through tunnels 4 to 11 meters below the surface The ship dates from the late Epipalaeolithic period (13,100-9,600 BC).

Noah’s Ark offers life or death to the Turkish Republic. Noah’s Ark will provide at least $38 billion a year to the Republic of Turkey through religious tourism as Noah’s Ark is praised by Islam, Christianity and Judaism. The Codex of Noah’s Ark is invaluable and supports the views of the three Abrahamic faiths that the Semitic language group contains the earliest language. The next city, Dogubayazit, could soon compete with Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem and Rome. If Turkey’s central government fails to protect Noah’s Ark, the PKK, a violent Marxist terrorist organization known for killing women and children, will discover the ship, trade its looted codex and artifacts for weapons, and spread tons of Stone Age pandemics of the thawing animal feces in the ark, causing harm to Turkish civilians.”

The prehistoric sea barge features angled hulls, thousands of cages, frozen animal dung on center floors, sloping ramps, three decks, ballast, holds, nautical carpentry with stone adzes, and the interior and exterior of the ship covered in pitch. There is no pottery in the ark, but a Late Stone Age (13,100-9,600 BC) assemblage of stone tools and vessels, vegetable baskets, textiles, string, bone and wood artifacts, a prehistoric diet of chickpeas, bitter vetch, peas and grains at different stages of domestication.

Conversely, later cultures built small areas of worship near entrances leading into the ark with unique placements of artifacts representing worship for thousands of years, with pottery dating from the Neolithic (7,000-5,800 BC) to the Middle Ages (700-1375 AD) Show. , filled with the remains of wine, milk and seeds. Stone figures from the Sumerian early dynasty (2,900-2,334 BC) have also been found in these small places of worship.

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Akkadian seals from 2,300 BC. show the ark on the larger Mount Ararat and Hittite tablets from 1,300 B.C. mention Noah. The structure is consistent with descriptions of Noah’s Ark by the patriarch Moses in Genesis, the well-known scholars Berossus and Josephus, and the Islamic prophet Muhammed throughout the Qur’an.

Armenians hid Noah’s Ark from 247 BC. and increased their secrecy to support Armenian independence. When this revolution failed, the head of the Armenian Church, Mkrtich Khrimian (1820-1907), issued orders to further conceal the Ark, a secret secured by the Stalinist purges that affected Armenian history and a range of emotions caused. Klenck fights a group with ties to the PKK that is vilifying and destroying Noah’s Ark, a prehistoric sanctuary of Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

The archaeologist states: “The codex rejects modern linguistic views that the earliest languages ​​arose from an amalgam of populations spread across the globe. Instead, the presence of the Ark of the Covenant on Mount Ararat and its Paleo-Hebrew manuscript supports the claims of the patriarch Moses, Jesus Christ and the Islamic prophet Muhammed that the Semitic language group is the first language on earth to survive the global flood disaster.

Renowned scholars such as Abraham Ibn Ezra (AD 1089-1167) held that the opening chapters of Genesis were memorized by every generation from Adam to Moses. “Toledot” is first mentioned in Genesis 2:5 and continues, for example, in Genesis 5:1, 6:9, 10:1, 10:32, and 11:10. Ibn Ezra theorized that Toledot, meaning “account” or “generations,” were used as segments so that early descendants could memorize important biblical accounts from creation through the Deluge to the Exodus from Egypt. Since the codex shows a written language, Paleo-Hebrew, before the Deluge, late Pleistocene and late Stone Age, Ibn Ezra’s claims about memorization should be revised. Instead of the Codex of Noah’s Ark, Toledot presented written documents compiled by Moses in his writing of the Pentateuch from Genesis to Deuteronomy.

The context in which the Codex was found was in Area A1, Locus 14, a small enclave on the ship’s second deck that was used to heat food and water. The manuscript was found in a small hidden alcove behind partially cut, vertically arranged cypress beams that formed the walls of the installation. The forerunners of pottery vessels were found in locus 14, where Noah and his family placed wooden vessels covered with clay mud and heated them in the ark. These vessels elucidate the origins of ceramic manufacture, from which pottery was believed to have developed plaster and quicklime vessels, or white ware (vaiselles blanches).

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Because of Noah’s Ark, archaeologists are now grappling with a simpler model for the origins of pottery: Stone Age populations made wooden containers, covered them with clay, and heated them over fire. Eventually, people eliminated the wooden containers and focused solely on clay containers that were hardened by heat, thus providing the emergence of pottery manufacture.

There are different types of handwriting in the codex, from a person’s bold block letters to the lighter, graceful markings of an editor correcting a misspelling, the Paleo-Hebrew word for “life.”

The Codex of Noah’s Ark is written on specially prepared parchment known as klaf or parchment, made from the skin of kosher animals such as a calf. The binding of the codex measures 14.67 cm in length and 10.59 cm in width. Both the cover and three covers are made of soft leather. The codex comprises seven (7) pages of thin klafs with crumbling edges and measures 9.75 cm in length and 7.53 cm in width.

Vellum has a lot of collagen. When water in the paint hits the surface of the parchment, the collagen melts, creating ridges in the klaf and raised surfaces for the paint. Parchment is affected by the environment, especially humidity. The context in which the codex was found was in Locus 14, Area A1, the highest and best preserved section of the Ark. Locus 14 is surrounded by four major structures and ultimately the ship’s hull. The interior and exterior of these structures are covered with layers of pitch or bitumen and resin. Area A1 has an elevation of over 4000 meters on the larger Mount Ararat and is buried under eight (8) meters of glacial ice and lithic material with no moisture. Much of the codex’s color has faded. What remains are the grooved streaks caused by the melting of the collagen when the paint was first applied in the late Epipalaeolithic (13,100-9,600 BC).

The codex is written right-to-left, similar to modern Hebrew and Arabic, and top-to-bottom. The pages are mostly glued together. Somewhat tragically, the discoverers of the manuscript disassembled two sections of the manuscript and uncovered pages 2, 3, 4 and 5. Pages 2 and 4 show indentations of the collagen strips in the parchment, but show inverted images. Therefore, at this point, scholars can discern the backs of pages 2 and 4 and the fronts of pages 3 and 5. The Paleo-Hebrew characters exhibit a range of clarity, from bold, deeply carved letters to faint stripes. Multispectral and X-ray imaging are required to recognize more words and symbols from the codex.

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The codex also shows the first evidence of enlightenment, where three images: Mount Ararat, the mountain range immediately south of Ararat, and a camel are covered in gold powder mixed with either gum arabic or egg, a layer known as shell gold is. Finally, the codex shows two 5-candle menorahs without pedestals under the larger Mount Ararat.

There is a belief among the Kurdish population living near the larger Mount Ararat that Noah’s Ark contained gold. This belief is correct. The illumination of the codex was made from gold powder somewhere in the jar. The ark is located in a remote spot on the highest mountain in the Middle East, far from sources of gold. The codex also reveals imagery, such as the low north peak behind the southern plateau, found only at the end of the Epipalaeolithic, about 9,600 BC. B.C., before volcanism increased elevation and changed the morphology of the north face of the mountain.

In addition, the codex indicates that there may be other Klaf manuscripts in Noah’s Ark. The authors of the codex do not fully utilize the space of the parchment pages, instead treating the manuscript as a literary exercise using Paleo-Hebrew puns, short phrases, and descriptions of the illuminated images. In addition, the manuscript mentions aspects about Noah and the Flood described in Genesis and the Qur’an, but does not match phrases in either document. Therefore, I believe that other manuscripts, such as B. ‘Toledot’ passages mentioned in the Bible and discussed by Ibn Ezra are still hidden in the vessel.”

Klenck concludes: “This precious codex, like so much of the artifacts and architecture in Noah’s Ark, must be controlled by Turkey’s central government. The Patriarch Moses, which represents the beginning of civilization and the origin of the Neolithic Age, is placed under limited supervision by Turkey’s archeology authorities.” looted and damaged. This destruction of the Ark of the Covenant and its artifacts is a catastrophe.”

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