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Science conquers Egyptology

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Harte
10 hours ago, jaylemurph said:

Only after shaming the entirety of the species in the face of Our Past Basset Masters. 

—Jaylemurph 

Once they had failed and shamed themselves, their only alternative was to settle for less.

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Swede
21 hours ago, Hanslune said:

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How dare you cast aspersions upon an integral element of the National Security System!

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Swede
9 hours ago, Jarocal said:

Which is neither advanced nor special. Unless you are suggesting an especially advanced form of social devolution.

But consider the economic stimulation generated by the mass cat mummifying industry.

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third_eye

TOday it would be banned under some Feline Protection Pussification Act , ad rightfully so

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Swede
31 minutes ago, third_eye said:

TOday it would be banned under some Feline Protection Pussification Act , ad rightfully so

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One must then consider the modern (and thriving) pet cremation industry.

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Piney
On 3/17/2019 at 8:04 PM, Swede said:

One must then consider the modern (and thriving) pet cremation industry.

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Or you can go to Arizona and have a pillow made from him/her. 

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Hanslune

For those who were unable to follow what Danydandan and I were sparing about. We were dueling with quotes and characters from a British TV show called 'Father Ted', about three priest exiled to the wilds of Ireland for being ungodly, Father Ted for 'borrowing' church money, Dougal for being an idiot, and Jack for being an elderly rude drunk. To give you an idea about that show. This 1:02 scene shows an interaction with a strange visiting Priest, 'Father Stone' and Father Ted.

 

 

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Hanslune

More information on another 'lost piece' of Giza history. I find that in disorderly mess that is my memory this place is what I was remembering and not the southern field

https://www.academia.edu/295453/_On_the_Early_History_of_Giza_The_Lost_Wadi_Cemetery_Giza_Archives_Gleanings_III_._

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These tombs are very near G1-G3 and harder for the fringe to dismiss. Also it shows that earlier tombs appear to have been destroyed and dumped into this wadi - perhaps suggesting an earlier cemetery field was cleared away
Photo showing the exact location of the lost Giza North wadi field cemeteries
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Hanslune
On 3/13/2019 at 3:10 PM, cladking said:

Yes.  There were tombs and graves.

There were no cemeteries so far as have been found.  All the known cemeteries were begun in the 7th year of Khufu's reign or later.  

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https://www.academia.edu/295453/_On_the_Early_History_of_Giza_The_Lost_Wadi_Cemetery_Giza_Archives_Gleanings_III_._

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The Giza north wadi field cemetery looking back to Khufu's tomb

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DieChecker

The Giza pyramids were a sort of necropolis urban renewal project?

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