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David S. Anderson
The 1974 passport for Ramses II. His mummy was set to travel to France for a museum exhibition, but contemporary law would not allow for international transport of human remains without proper identification. Hence a passport for a man dead for millennia!
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Given Sep 29
Replying to @DSAArchaeology
This is the end of your fake history cult:
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David S. Anderson Sep 29
Replying to @limitedview
Yeah, no. Yes individual dates can have error ranges. But we don’t rely on individual dates. Good luck overrthrowing my “cult” though.
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David S. Anderson Sep 29
Replying to @DSAArchaeology
BTW, yes the image is a mock up by Heritage Daily but the story is real.
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Given Sep 29
Replying to @DSAArchaeology
It's already done. And I didn't overthrow it, better science did.
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David S. Anderson Sep 29
Replying to @limitedview
😂😂😂
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David S. Anderson Sep 29
Replying to @limitedview
Seriously, these documentaries MASSIVELY misrepresent actual archaeological and historical research. You’re being played.
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