Zahi Hawass and the Great Egyptian Cover-Up

This blog does not – and never will – focus on Egyptian archaeology. However, I found the article listed below interesting for two reasons: (a) it’s a classic example of cover-up and corruption within the established academic community relating to the history of civilization and (b) it eludes to yet another culture dating back 10,000 years or more.

The lengthy and well-documented article suggests intrigue, corruption and scandal at the highest levels of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities and it suggests that politics, not science, determines which Egyptian sites get examined, and who gets to examine them.


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