Sad News: Artefacts missing from Cairo Museum

Dr. Zahi Hawass has confirmed the staff of the database department at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo have discovered objects are missing from the museum. An investigation has begun to search for the people who have taken these objects, and the…
Tutankhamun harpooning. (Photo: Griffith Institute)
Tutankhamun harpooning. (Photo: Griffith Institute)
Dr. Zahi Hawass has confirmed the staff of the database department at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo have discovered objects are missing from the museum. The objects missing are as follows:

  1. Gilded wood statue of Tutankhamun being carried by a goddess
  2. Gilded wood statue of Tutankhamun harpooning. Only the torso and upper limbs of the king are missing
  3. Limestone statue of Akhena holding an offering table
  4. Statue of Nefertiti making offerings
  5. Sandstone head of an Amarna princess
  6. Stone statuette of a scribe from Amarna
  7. Wooden shabti statuettes from Yuya (11 pieces)
  8. Heart Scarab of Yuya

An investigation has begun to search for the people who have taken these objects, and the police and army plan to follow up with the criminals already in custody.

In another terrible turn of events, last night a magazine in Dahshur was broken into; it is called De Morgan’s. This magazine contains large blocks and small artifacts.

Source: DrHawass.com Sad News
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