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The rise and fall of Indiana Hawass...heartbreaking reading for lovers of Egypt and its antiquities/legacy,
This review is from: Breaking the Mirror of Heaven: The Conspiracy to Suppress the Voice of Ancient Egypt (Paperback)
Haven't yet finished this remarkable book but already am angered/appalled/saddened in equal measure at what has apparently gone on for years thanks to corruption, vested interests and bare-faced greed. I found this book an excellent complement/addition to my many books on 'alternative' archaeology (Ancient Egyptian and otherwise) and related subjects and thank goodness I'm unlikely now to turn on my TV and see denim clad, ego-inflated Hawass peddling his claptrap (unless it's a repeat series, of course!). Perhaps he's finally felt the 'curse of the money'.....! Well worth buying.
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Initial post: 8 Jul 2013 16:41:55 BDT
Mrs. Judith Lugg says:
I do so agree with what you say - Zahi Hawass is a dreadful, corrupt, nasty, dangerous lttle man and I use the word 'little' in more than one sense!
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