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    King Tut and the New King…. Zahi Hawass.

    TweetThis Sunday I visited the King Tut exhibit at the MN Science Museum, St. Paul. As you approach the exhibit gate, the deep authoritative voice of Harrison Ford demanded, “to enter the golden world of the phrases”, King Tut exhibit US tour, in our drive-through culture gives some Americans snapshots on, as the deep voice of Mr. Ford at the gate tells us, “the riches of royal life in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago”, the exhibit organizers did a great job of that, great lighting, reverent display of the King, to the point I almost tolerated the repugnant Zahi Hawass ‘the supreme council of Egyptian antiquity” as his title…

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    Americans Fascination of ancient dead Egyptians !!

    Tweet American fascination of ancient dead Egyptians More than 1200 years ago, two ancient Egyptian cities vanished from the face of the earth, due to natural disasters.  It took the French underwater archaeologist Frank Goddio, more that 40 years to discover the two missing ancient cities on the bank of Alexandria Egypt.  however in less than 40 days, president elSisi, the current pharaoh, sold two strategic islands to the Saudis. I went to meet Mr. Goddio at MIA where more than 250 pieces of his discoveries are on display in Egypt’s Sunken Cities exhibit. He was enthused, proud, informative and introspective. I asked him about his fascination of dead Egyptian…

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    King Tut is visiting America

    Tweet Tahrir spirit didn’t reach MN Science Museum This Sunday I visited King Tut exhibit at MN Science Museum, St. Paul. As you approach the exhibit gate, the deep authoritative voice of Harrison Ford demanded , “to enter the golden world of the pharoses”, King Tut exhibit US tour, in our drive through culture gives some Americans a snapshots on, as the deep voice of Mr. Ford at the gate tells us, “the riches of royal life in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago”, the exhibit organizers done a great job of that, great lighting, reverent display of the King, to the point I almost tolerated the repugnant Zahi Hawass…

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