Saturday, August 26, 2006

Ushabti found in Enfield UK
"An Egyptian mystery to rival the cursed tomb of King Tut emerged this week at Forty Hall when a researcher from the British Museum contacted the Museum’s Manager about some mysterious Egyptian figures in the museum collection. The museum discovered the four valuable and ancient Egyptian Shabti, or funerary figures, in its collection; but as they had been there as long as the team could remember no-one knew who had donated them or where they had come from."
See the above page for the full story.

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