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Jerusalem found that the ancient mysterious ceramic utensils that might have been used as medieval grenades

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Jerusalem found that the ancient mysterious ceramic utensils that might have been used as medieval grenades

According to CNBETA: Perhaps Monty Python's Anti Holy Grenade in the 1975 classic movie "Python and Holy Holy Hand Grenade of AntiOch" was not too far away from reality. It is reported that researchers suspect some of the mysterious ceramic vessels in Jerusalem's Middle Ages. Some of them have been used as explosive devices.

These conical utensils can be traced back to the 11th and 12th centuries. People already know that they can be used to put beer, medicine, oil and even mercury, but some of these containers seem to have played flammable explosives. A study published this week in "PLOS ONE" introduced these new discoveries in detail.

The researchers investigated the residues of ceramic fragments and found evidence of oil and medicinal materials. According to this study, an unusual fragment from a thick wall, no decorative container supports the possibility it has been used to store chemicals or the chemical composition that may hold an explosive device-this is consistent with the medieval grenade Essence

Some researchers have stated that it is reported that there may be explosive black gunpowder during the Crusades' East Expedition, but the container in the study did not show this residue. In a statement issued by the University of Griffith on Tuesday, Carney Matheson, the first author of studying the paper, pointed out that this may be a local invention of explosive material.

Matheson calls for more research on these containers and its content to better understand the explosion technology of the Middle Ages. However, the researchers did not talk about whether these grenades could blow up the enemy into fragments or send it in handy when dealing with the killer rabbit.