Sunday, October 15, 2006

Egyptologist Opens Children's Museum Exhibit

"An exhibit in town is designed to inspire kids with something that shows them the way to adventure. It is at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, its title: Maps, Tools for Adventure. . . . . Dr. Hawass is in Indianapolis to speak about his passion for the riddles and mysteries of his country that have been uncovered and those that are yet to be discovered . . . . Over 35 years as an archeologist he has solved many mysteries, tombs of pyramid builders, mummies, and he is adamant about the restoration of Egypt's 5,000-year-old treasures. He now oversees all excavations in Egypt. 'We need to preserve these monuments. I always say these monuments don't belong to us, they belong to the world.' And he's spreading those words through a new exhibit at the Children's Museum."
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