6 Replies to “Remarkable new Egyptian art murals

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    not_querius says:

    “See them before someone decides that their (unrelated) religion decrees their destruction.”

    Whereas Christian civilization has a long history of stealing cultural artifacts. Stones…glass houses.

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    jstanley01 says:

    not_querius @ 1:

    Whereas Christian civilization has a long history of stealing cultural artifacts. Stones…glass houses.

    Those darn Christian monks and TV preachers, stealing all those archeological artifacts…

    Oh wait a minute, it has been western scientists who have excavated them, and removed them for scientific study by their museums and schools.

    Only a brain dead ideologue could draw a moral equivalency with that practice, however rightfully it might be deprecated, and the radical Muslims’ destruction of archeological artifacts on the grounds that they are idolatrous.

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    awstar says:

    from link:

    Sadly, the tombs were exposed to ancient vandalism. Some of the texts, including the name and title of the owner, were damaged. That said, preliminary examinations of the partial remnants have revealed the owner’s name, titles, and family. An inscription states that one of the tombs belonged to Amenhotep, a doorkeeper of the god Amun. His wife is named Satamen, and their son, whose images were erased long ago, was Samut.

    What’s the probability that the son being nursed and whose image has been erased long ago was Moses after God ruined the Pharoah’s reputation in 1446 BC? the attempt to rewrite history goes back a long way.

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    bornagain77 says:

    OT: The Genius of Insects – March 20, 2015
    Excerpt: how good are (fruit flies) at responding to troubles encountered during flight?,,,
    ,,In about three or four wingbeats after a somersault, the flies were right-side-up and on their way as if nothing happened.
    “Overall the researchers found the (fruit) flies possessed remarkable agility in flight, despite their inherent instability — far superior to anything we humans have devised.”

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    Axel says:

    Sorry to interject. I thought it might be the least nuisance here. A beautiful occurrence. Good old papa Francis!


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    Axel says:

    Sorry, again, Denyse. I should have addressed you personally. It was presumptuous of me to attach it without finding a way to seek permission, and it was only because of the nature of the link, that emboldened.

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