King Tut's Treasures Lost Once Again as Looters take it All

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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 5:57 pm » by Concretev3


edgarrothstein wrote:
I'm trying to prove that you can enter the museum through the rotunda from the roof. By using fire exit ladders and, as it looks like, the ropes.
I don't have any other pics of the museum, so i got to use what i can :mrgreen:


Trying to prove? That would sound like a theory.

So, you are theorising how to get into that museum.

When you walk into the museum.
How many directions can you go?

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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:13 pm » by Edgarrothstein


concretev3 wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
I'm trying to prove that you can enter the museum through the rotunda from the roof. By using fire exit ladders and, as it looks like, the ropes.
I don't have any other pics of the museum, so i got to use what i can :mrgreen:


Trying to prove? That would sound like a theory.

So, you are theorising how to get into that museum.

When you walk into the museum.
How many directions can you go?


No i'm not.
Apparently, that's the way they entered inside :
:rtft:
http://www.drhawass.com/blog/situation-egyptian-antiquities-today

And when you walk in, you can go in 4 directions :

1. Straight ahead, to the atrium
2. Left, to the Main Gallery
3. Right, to the Main Gallery
4. Back tp the square

It seems you went straight back each time.
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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:15 pm » by Concretev3


edgarrothstein wrote:
concretev3 wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
I'm trying to prove that you can enter the museum through the rotunda from the roof. By using fire exit ladders and, as it looks like, the ropes.
I don't have any other pics of the museum, so i got to use what i can :mrgreen:


Trying to prove? That would sound like a theory.

So, you are theorising how to get into that museum.

When you walk into the museum.
How many directions can you go?


No i'm not.
Apparently, that's the way they entered inside :
:rtft:
http://www.drhawass.com/blog/situation-egyptian-antiquities-today

And when you walk in, you can go in 4 directions :

1. Straight ahead, to the atrium
2. Left, to the Main Gallery
3. Right, to the Main Gallery
4. Back tp the square

It seems you went straight back each time.


Wrong. :alien51:

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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:20 pm » by Edgarrothstein


concretev3 wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
concretev3 wrote:
I'm trying to prove that you can enter the museum through the rotunda from the roof. By using fire exit ladders and, as it looks like, the ropes.
I don't have any other pics of the museum, so i got to use what i can :mrgreen:


Trying to prove? That would sound like a theory.

So, you are theorising how to get into that museum.

When you walk into the museum.
How many directions can you go?


No i'm not.
Apparently, that's the way they entered inside :
:rtft:
http://www.drhawass.com/blog/situation-egyptian-antiquities-today

And when you walk in, you can go in 4 directions :

1. Straight ahead, to the atrium
2. Left, to the Main Gallery
3. Right, to the Main Gallery
4. Back tp the square

It seems you went straight back each time.


concretev3 wrote:Wrong. :alien51:


Wrong in which of those 4 points? :D
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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:25 pm » by Concretev3


If you'd been there.

You would know.

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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:25 pm » by Edgarrothstein


concretev3 wrote:If you'd been there.

You would know.


I still think i'm right about no. 4 :flop:

Now it's your turn to answer your own question.

EDIT :

Actually, forget it :cheers:

The point was that, luckily, nothing worthy was stolen.
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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:49 pm » by Concretev3


edgarrothstein wrote:
concretev3 wrote:If you'd been there.

You would know.


I still think i'm right about no. 4 :flop:

Now it's your turn to answer your own question.

EDIT :

Actually, forget it :cheers:

The point was that, luckily, nothing worthy was stolen.


No.

The point is.

You made up FACTS based on what you saw.

You have never bean to the cairo museum. Have you?
You never took those pictures. Did you?

Whats that saying? Something about making an ass out of you?

Think first.

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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 6:53 pm » by Edgarrothstein


concretev3 wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
concretev3 wrote:If you'd been there.

You would know.


I still think i'm right about no. 4 :flop:

Now it's your turn to answer your own question.

EDIT :

Actually, forget it :cheers:

The point was that, luckily, nothing worthy was stolen.


No.

The point is.

You made up FACTS based on what you saw.

You have never bean to the cairo museum. Have you?
You never took those pictures. Did you?

Whats that saying? Something about making an ass out of you?

Think first.


What the hell are you talking about?!

When did i say i took these pictures?

You're making things up. Unintentionally, i hope.

And please, you think about it first, before making an ass out of yourself.
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PostMon Jan 31, 2011 7:00 pm » by Chrisfryfyi


proto wrote:
edgarrothstein wrote:
zinzana wrote:the loonies beheaded the mummies....can you believe that shit


Do you honestly think these are the real mummies?
I bet Zahi hid the real stuff somewhere. As happens with the most of the precious artifacts in museums all over the world.

Although from the symbolical POV, it doesn't matter whether these artifacts are real or not...looters were obviously thinking they are real.


But you have to admit that these looters had some fucked up set of priorities ,

think about it ,they are inside Egypt national museum, surrounded by gold
statues and other priceless treasures of all sizes and shapes .

and what these geniuses do ? they chose to take off with 2 mummies heads...
definitively WTF!? moment here .


Beacuse it will be quite hard to sell one of the most famous pieces oh history in all time, i mean who the hell would buy a king tut headdress when u know its just been stolen.
i think they was makeing a point, smash the shit out of it, keep ur respect by not stealing anything, n just take a little token, a mummys head, u gotta think they was probably haveing a right laff when they broke into the musem, i would be like "LOL AS IF WERE IN ERE" it would be funny as fuck to break into a museem, so yer fair play to em.
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PostWed Feb 02, 2011 8:24 pm » by Savwafair2012


Great CAIRO MUSEUM on FIRE......
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CNN has just reported that the CAIRO MUSEUM is on FIRE...

Cairo on Fire, Museum Containing King Tut’s Artifacts at risk



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Anti-government protester carrying a banner saying "no to emergency law" stands atop a traffic light in Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo
Rate This PostToo Brief No Substance Poor Grammar & Spelling Fire broke out amongst the Egyptian protesters in the streets of central Cairo. Tahrir Square, where thousands have gathered in protest, is overcome by smoke from a fire that started in the offices of Egypt’s ruling party. The flames have spread next to a museum containing the world’s most famous collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities. A powerful explosion, unknown from what source, was also heard in the area.
The Egyptian National Museum is a repository of over 120,000 artifacts including those belonging to the famed King Tut or Tutankhamen. The fire broke out at the ruling National Democratic Party’s headquarters in central Cairo. Reuters reported that the army had secured the museum. During the chaos a columnist for “The National” in the United Arab Emirates, Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi quoted Al Jazeera that thousands of Egyptians formed a human chain around the museum “to protect it from looting.”
Among the antiquities is Tut’s golden mask found by Egyptologist Howard CarterHoward Carter in the Valley of the Kings in 1922. No official casualty report has been released thus far. According to some reports, up to 870 have been injured in the Cairo violence. Four people have died – one in Cairo and three in Suez. A nationwide curfew has been imposed. Egypt Air, Egypt’s main airline has suspended all flights from Cairo International Airport for at least 12 hours.
The streets are littered with armored vehicles where clashes with police erupted outside a mosque with protesters throwing stones and dirt and carrying posters stating, “No to dictatorship.” There is no word if the fire has been contained. Rioting continues in the midst of the chaos. Update: The Egyptian government’s unprecedented shutdown of Internet access has come under fire from the White House.
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