“The people who buried the treasure 1100 years ago certainly expected to be able to retrieve it and even nail the container so that it would not move,” Liat nadav Ziv, excavation director of the site, told Reuters. “We can only guess what prevented him from coming back to collect this treasure.” Robert Kool, a numismatic expert at the antiquities administration, told Reuters that the treasures date back to the 9th century Abbasid caliphate and that the bounty would make the owner quite rich. “With such a sum of money, for example, one could buy a luxury house in one of the best neighborhoods in Fustat, Egypt’s great rich capital at that time,” Kool said [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States