Friday, October 21, 2005

Exhibitions and the afterlife
Los Angeles film producer Tom Teicholz visits LACMA (Tutankhamun) and the Bowers Museum (Mummies: Death and the Afterlife) to review the exhibitions currently showing there, and ponders about the afterlife: "As for King Tut, he lived only 19 years, and yet thousands of years later, he is still among us, still on tour, because grave robbers couldn’t find his tomb before Carter did. Is this kind of immortality a reward or a curse? I say it’s one more mystery of the afterlife for us to ponder". See the above URL for the full article.

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