Pharaohs Ramses I and Ramses II flying closer to the sun

Street seller in the 1870’s, when the passing tourist could legally purchase mummies as souvenirs, likely how one of them found its way to the Niagara Falls museum. Eventually it was discovered it was a Pharaoh, probably Ramses I.

Art Historian author of a book about the destruction of cultural heritage by intolerance and greed, Lost Treasures https://lost-treasures-intolerance-greed.com/

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Guillaume Deprez

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Art Historian author of a book about the destruction of cultural heritage by intolerance and greed, Lost Treasures https://lost-treasures-intolerance-greed.com/

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