Scientists have carbon dated a stash of mucky books, found in a cave near the Dead Sea and believe them to be nearly 2000 years old.
Despite their age, however, they have been found to be remarkably well preserved.
Archeologist, Professor J Caringbunny told us, "The scrolls were tightly sealed under an early form of mattress and this has protected them over the years. This certainly is an exciting discovery and it pre-dates, by at least 70 years, the only other example we have of early Roman muck, which was discovered in Pompeii in 1976."
Scientists are painstakingly trying to piece together the 'Cesears Wives' section and, although it is a task which may take several decades, they feel confident that they will have at least one antidiluvian fanny restored to it's former glory and ready to face a brave new world in a matter of months.