Egyptians and their Heritage

The Broken Bond

Karnak temple, Egypt
Golden Mummy parade in Cairo
Golden mummy parade in front of the Egyptian pyramids
The sphinx and pyramids in Egypt
View of the Egyptian pyramids
Aerial view of the pyramids

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Images:
- Golden Mummy Parade of 22 royal mummies to their new display location at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. © AP Photo
- Tom Pomdore, Karnak Temple and the Sphinx
- Flo P, Pyramids of Giza
- Dario Morandotti, Aerial view of the pyramids

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[4] EIPSS
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[7] Ibid.
[8] Näser, C. & Tully, G. 2019. “Dialogues in the making: Collaborative archaeology in Sudan.” Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, pp. 155.
[9] Näser, C. & Tully, G. 2019. “Dialogues in the making: Collaborative archaeology in Sudan.” Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, pp. 155.
[10] Näser. C., 2019. “Exploring attitudes towards the archaeological past: Two case studies from majority Muslim communities in the Nile valley.” Journal of Social Archaeology 19(3).
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