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11.05.2005

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Andrew Earl Singer

Object of Art deciphered by Andrew Earl Singer as found in the Tomb of KING TUTANKHAMEN, "each lover searches the world they live, the world they know, the world they learn, the world they grow. Each lover searches to find...each other. Love is exchange. King Tutankhamen+Queen Ankhesenamen are the two young lover's and they are united in happiness, having secured the perfect feeling, having simultaneously found that each needs each other...they leave in love."

Aydin

There was no curse. See:
Mark R Nelson
The mummy's curse: historical cohort study.
British Journal of Medicine 325:21-28 December 2002

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