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foundtags.com

Founded Year

2019

Stage

Unattributed | Alive

Total Raised

$1.25M

Last Raised

$1.25M | 1 yr ago

About Found

Found is a virtual lost & found that uses unique QR code tags to return lost items to their owners. The application aims to protect private information, incentivize returns, and reduce the need for bulky hardware.

Found Headquarter Location

1008 Massachusetts Ave

Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138,

United States

609-668-1866

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Latest Found News

Secrets of Ancient Egyptian "Sex Magic" Found in Millenia-Old Document

Apr 9, 2020

Secrets of Ancient Egyptian "Sex Magic" Found in Millenia-Old Document https://sputniknews.com/science/202004091078896234-secrets-of-ancient-egyptian-sex-magic-found-in-millenia-old-document/ While the existence of spells meant to capture the affections of the opposite sex in ancient Egypt is hardly a secret, they were apparently mostly used by men seeking women and not vice versa as is the case with the papyrus in question. While deciphering an 1,800-year old Egyptian papyrus, scholars from the University of Chicago came across what seems to be what Live Science describes as an "erotic binding spell" meant to capture the affections of a man named Kephalas for a longing woman named Taromeway. According to the media outlet, the papyrus features a depiction of ancient Egyptian god Anubis shooting an arrow into nude Kephalas, while the text calls upon a "noble spirit of the man of the necropolis" (a ghost, apparently) to give Kephalas “anxiety at midday, evening, and at all time" until the target of the spell seeks Taromeway with "his male organs pursuing her female organs." "His emphasized penis and scrotum surely are intentional as the 'male organs' she specifically wants to pursue her," Robert Ritner, an Egyptology professor at the University of Chicago who is handling the translation, explained. As Ritner and his colleague Foy Scalf note, while the existence of other similar spells from ancient Egypt is known, they were usually used by men seeking to attract women and not vice versa like in this case. The spell itself was likely created by a hired expert, possibly a priest, rather than by the lady herself, Ritner added. "Taromeway must have been both motivated and with some disposable means," he said. The papyrus bearing the spell was then apparently buried in a tomb, with the person interred there likely being the ghost mentioned in the text. ...

  • When was Found founded?

    Found was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Found's headquarters?

    Found's headquarters is located at 1008 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge.

  • What is Found's latest funding round?

    Found's latest funding round is Unattributed.

  • How much did Found raise?

    Found raised a total of $1.25M.

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