University of Flat U Lence archeologist Ackmed I. Wuzza Arab described locating for the first time several fossilized farts in what is believed by Egytologists to be the actual "intestinal gas" left by Ptolemy the Winded. Applauding what Wuzza Arab called "foresighted" embalmers, the fossilized farts are believed to be the first of their kind.
Gaseous DNA experts from around the world rushed to the scene gathering samples of the odor for testing on whether Ptolemy had, or has any other decendents. Professor I. Wuzza Arab explained that he knew he found something of great importance when his university team slowly cleared the area while eyeing each other suspiciously.
Researchers agreed that finding petrified farts is unprecedented, and a unique opportunity to solve the DNA fart sequence mystery. Professor Wuzza Arab said that if any other developments, or findings occur, especially in discovering any petrified boogers under ancient tabletops, he would call a press conference immediately. Finding these hardened boogers would give anthropologists a keen understanding of the lifestyle of Egypt's elite.