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The Magic, Mystery and Madness of Tomb 55: Saga of a Botched Excavation–Part II

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 7:57
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Collage of Egyptian Art, design by Anand Balaji; Deriv.

The entire Amarna epoch and those who strutted upon its stage have always presented a conundrum for Egyptologists. In early 1907, one of the most valuable finds – Tomb 55 – promised to finally lift the veil, however partially, off the many perplexities surrounding the last days of ancient Egypt’s most bizarre period. But, poor documentation and a brand of irreverent archeology scuttled the opportunity to definitively further our knowledge on the subject.

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