Yup. Whatever it is, it looks a whole lot like a dang fidget spinner. From 2000 BC in present-day Iraq. Check it out, it's in a museum and everything:
Twitter, as you can imagine, can only see a fidget spinner, because of the psychological principle of functional fixedness - that is, the mind's predisposition to only see the familiar in a new and potentially unrelated stimulus. Or rather:
#YeOldeFidgetSpinner is pretty solid. The location of the find, Tell Asmar, begged certain questions.
What's old is new. The comforting implication here is that if it is a fidget spinner, then presumably at some point the fad must've gone the way of the Pog and the Tomagachi.
Either way, keep your eyes peeled. It's only a matter of time before we run into an ancient stone Tickle-Me-Elmo.