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Luxor Times: 17-Sep-2013

Luxor Times

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

13 more objects from Mallawi Museum are back

The Tourism and Antiquities Police arrested a man from Mallawi in Giza when he was trying to sell 13 artefacts belong to the looted museum of Mallawi.
This was the first person to be arrested over stolen objects from the museum as the rest of the retrieved artefacts were brought back by the local people.
A statue of God Djehuty, heads of terracotta figures and some stone tools were amongst the latest returned artefacts which makes a total of 457 objects returned so far. 

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Exclusive footage: A walk down the Avenue of Sphinx, all the way!

First of all, we would like to thank you for all of your past support. You may have noticed that the Luxor Times profile on Facebook has gone through some changes in the last few days and we would like to explain what's going on. Facebook converted our profile into a page, causing every post to be (temporarily!) lost. We are now working to retrieve our old content and once again make it accessible to you, all while keeping everything as chronologically correct as possible. Because of this, you are going to see some old stories pop up in your feed once again.

Once this process is over, we will go right back to keeping you informed about what’s happening through up to date information, as well as exclusive photographs and videos.

So we would like to apologise for not publishing a couple of reports as we got the material and we will start with this exclusive footage of the Sphinx Avenue march from Karnak to Luxor temple


On September 3rd, this series of videos were recorded to cover the whole avenue walking south from Karnak Temple to Luxor temple.
This was all recorded in the same sequence below and the only seconds not shown are the few seconds it took to get to the main road again and to the other section of the Sphinx Avenue.

Five days later, there was ongoing work which we will publish more footage showing it tomorrow.

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