Category:OOParts

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English: An out-of-place artifact (OOPArt) is a term coined by American zoologist Ivan T. Sanderson for a historical, archaeological or palaeontological object found in a very unusual, or even impossible, location. The term covers a wide variety of objects, ranging from material studied by mainstream science, such as the iron pillar in Delhi, to so-called 'forbidden archaeology' that is far outside the mainstream.
out-of-place artifact 
object of historical or archaeological interest found in a very unusual context
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