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October 16, 2019, 12:14 pm UTC    
June 27, 2019 04:59AM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> As usual you're confused.


[www.newmexico.org]
[www.researchgate.net]


> Field archeology is
> observational science. You can dig up
> Tutankhamun's tomb exactly once.

You can dig up a site as often as you want, providing the excavators have learned to leave witness columns as in my two examples.

[www.crystalinks.com]
As one can plainly see in the recent photos, Tut's tomb was not completely dug up just once. Many items were removed to the museum in Cairo; however, much was left intact or has been restored: [www.livescience.com]

To say one can only dig up Tut's tomb just once is completely false. Had they found something with GPR on the third try they would have done more digging:
[www.sciencealert.com]




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