Archeologist 3,000 years from now: and here, we have our most valued artifact of this exhibit It has been carbon dated to 2022. Or maybe late 2021.We think our ancestors believed in burning foodstuffs as an offering to the Sun God, whom they worshipped. They even built a shrine in every home, that recreated – in human scale – the heat they estimated an object would encounter inside the sun. Temperatures were measure in Sharonheit degrees. This scale was named after one the most renowned priestess of the Sun God, Sharon.Most particular artifact, the oven. You can see a an approximate reconstruction of it in the next room, based on our cutting edge ground scanners. They called it The Oven, and it was lit for religious ceremonies involving mostly what we have learned they called “nuclear family” but sometimes people outside the coven would be invited too.. These ceremonies could happened daily, or on special days to mark the beginning or the end of a season; usually around the Equinoxes and the solstices. Excavations around the world show the The Oven could be fueled by gas, electricity, or in the early ages, by wood.