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Posted: Jan 28 2005, 09:16 PM
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http://www.unmuseum.org/soearch/over0103.htm

Spores in Tombs

I would like to know more about the microorganisms that were found in the ancient Egyptian pyramids. Were all the microorganisms found Pathogenic and how did they survive the harsh conditions inside the pyramids.

As far as I'm aware the question of microorganisms in ancient Egyptian pyramids has not been widely explored. However, several scientists have looked into the possibility of a biological agent being preserved in the rock tombs like that of King Tut or on objects that have come out of a tomb. One of the first people to look at this was Dr. Ezzeddin Taha, of Cairo University. Dr. Taha studied the health records of museum workers and archaeologists and determined that many had been infected with the fungus Aspergillus niger which can cause fever, fatigue, inflammation and rashes. He speculated that they had picked up the fungus by entering tombs or handling objects that had come out of tombs.

In 1993 Dr. Nicoloa Di Paolo found the toxic fungus Aspergillus ochraceus at some Egyptian archaeological sites. It can damage the kidneys and liver, but it is unknown if it is fatal.

In 1999 the German microbiologist Gotthard Kramer found Aspergillus flavus on some mummies. Infection with this agent can lead to organ failure and death and is particularly dangerous to someone with a weakened immune system.

In all these cases the organism would survive in the tomb as a spore. Spores have a hardened outside shell that allow the organisms to survive for long periods under very harsh conditions (high or low temperature and without water). Scientists even speculate that spores may allow life to be transferred through outer space riding on meteorites.


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Lord Carnarvon,The British Egyptologist who discoverd Pharaoh Tutankhamen's tomb.This is where the curses all started.Lord Canarvon died from a mysterious insect bite five months after the discovery.The night he died all the lights went out in Cairo where he lived.At the same time he died his dog back in England let out a weird howl and then died too.

While it's true that a certain amount of untimely death followed the opening of the tomb, the only person who lived to a merry old age and died of natural causes was the one person who actually opened the crypt, one Howard Carter.

The body count continued. Two more of Carnavon's relatives, Carter's personal secretary, Richard Bethell, and Bethell's father, Lord Westbury, all shuffled off their mortal coils in less than natural circumstances. But the real clincher, as far as legend-hunters are concerned, was the death of Carter's canary, ignominiously (but presciently) swallowed by a large cobra a few days after the tomb's discovery but before it's actual opening. To Carter's white-faced servant the connection was obvious: the cobra was the symbol of the pharaohs, the cobra ate the canary, ergo everyone was doome

http://www.unmuseum.org/soearch/over0103.htm

Study Says Mummy Curse is Bunk - A medicine scholar at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has completed a study which purportedly shows that the curse of King Tut never really existed. Mark Nelson selected 44 Westerners in Egypt at the time the tomb was discovered for inclusion in the study. Twenty-five of the group were potentially exposed to the curse either because they were at the breaking of the sacred seals in the tomb on February 17, 1923, or at the opening of the sarcophagus on February 3, 1926, or at the opening of the coffins on October 10, 1926 or the examination of the mummy on November 11, 1926. The study, which was published in the December issue of the British Medical Journal showed that exposure had no effect on the length of survival.



Newspapers in the decades following the opening of the tomb speculated that the deaths of some of those connected with the discovery, most importantly Lord Carnarvon who financed the expedition and died shortly after the find, were caused by a mysterious curse put on the tomb to protect the King's mummy.




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Posted: Jan 28 2005, 09:29 PM
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leg bones cnected to da hip bone,
hip bones cnected to da backbone,
da backbones cnected to da neckbone,
but da neckbones missin da skull.

oh those drunken Texas A&M archaeologists these days...


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Just because there is a mound,
that does not mean it is a burial mound.
Many cultures had refuse mounds as well.
In PreColombian search, many mounds are tested by a long metal rod that is thrust thru tyhe dirt to crash thru potential discarded pottery beneath.
as the rod penetrates the shards/etc it can be felt and even heard by the artifact hunter.
I have a prize example of this in Peruvian pottery complete with the penetration hole from the rod.
Aside from refuse mounds, there are a huge number of purposes besides burial.
Inspect
make a wise judgement
proceed
find la evidencia
maybe get lucky
and find the golden mask


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Posted: Feb 6 2007, 05:18 PM
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I've just posted an article from a Dallas newspaper in 1880 recounting the discovery of a triangular tablet with "Phoenician" writing on it. Browder Springs is in Dallas County, Texas. I'm a little dubious about the diagram and its Masonic overtones but you can make up your own mind according to your inclinations. Another thread I have posted there on Rockwall discoveries in 1907 came from the same source. Both threads are in the Rockwall section of the forums at Anarchaeology.com.
http://www.anarchaeology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1311#1311


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Posted: Feb 7 2007, 05:21 AM
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The new gallery of Rockwall photos which include the Hanby Stones discovered late last year is now up at Anarchaeology.com in the Quivira section. If you have the site bookmarked you may need to refresh your browser. The link to the new gallery is:
http://www.anarchaeology.com/quivira/02-07...ivira/index.htm

A more detailed explanation of the inscribed Hanby Stones is on the Rockwall section of the forum. The other photos include pictures of what an actual sand dike intersecting the buried walls looks like. No mistaking it with the walls themselves even by a layman.


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