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Drilling under the Sphinx



Dr Zahi Hawass and Dr Mark Lehner talk about the latest conservation tests being carried out at the Great Sphinx, Giza, to test whether this iconic Egyptian landmark is at risk of a rising water table.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by bveeman on 9 August, 2010, 15:02
It's scary but even with this proof that there is nothing under the sphinx; Die hard people will say you should have drilled just a little deeper, and you would have found the chamber.
Comment icon #2 Posted by regeneratia on 19 August, 2010, 1:29
Oh boy, he sure wants to put a lot to rest, doesn't he? And will they tell us the truth? If they do, how will we know it is the truth?


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