For decades, Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones has thrilled audiences all over the world. Armed only with a whip, a revolver, and an incredible intellect, Steven Spielberg’s iconic archaeologist has saved the world time and time again from Nazis, religious fanatics, more Nazis, and even the Soviets. As fans of the legendary franchise, the recent news of a fifth Indiana Jones movie has pretty much rocked our world; the character will once again return to thrill an all-new generation of fans.

If there’s one thing that ties all of the Indiana Jones movies together, it’s the unending search for answers. As a globetrotting archaeologist, Indy’s sole purpose is to hunt for mysterious items containing untold power. With a fifth Indiana Jones movie set to hit theaters in 2019, and Harrison Ford set to return as the titular badass, it has us wondering what mythological artifacts the aging professor may hunt – and subsequently fail – to get to a museum this time around. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of five of the most likely artifacts that Indy might chase around the world when Indy 5 finally premieres…

The Tower of Babel
Indiana Jones previously investigated the fabled Tower of Babel during the events of the wholly underrated N64 video game Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine. Biblical lore suggests that the tower existed during the days of Babylon, but that God mysteriously destroyed the edifice and cursed its erectors. The video game takes this legend one step further; Indy suggests that the Tower may have housed a legendary machine, which the Soviets want to use in order to summon a malevolent deity known as Marduk to Earth. This particular storyline maintains the traditionally biblical nature of the Indy franchise, but cranks the stakes up to eleven by having Indy quite literally prevent an apocalyptic event.

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