The Wolfsegg Iron
, also known as the The Salzburg Cube
, is a small block of iron that was found buried in a coal seam in Wolfsegg
, in 1865. It weighs 785 grams and measures 67 x 67 x 47mm
and has a "deep incision" running around its circumference. It is said to be an OOPArt
(Out Of Place Artifact). The Wolfsegg Iron is currently kept at the Heimathaus Museum in Vöcklabruck
, Austria. This is where the attached photo was taken.
- Nature (1886-11-11) V35, p36