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This is indeed true about the ancient Egyptian civilization. He announced in a paper to the Royal Society that the missing link they had been looking for consisted of "savages", beings that fit between Caucasian men and other organisms. Many travelers arrive in Cairo anticipating their visit to the Giza pyramids, the Nile River, and King Tut ’s tomb. This new reality is the result of sacrifice and exemplary work of Peruvian and foreign archaeologists including Ruth Shady Solis, Robert Feldman, Moseley, Thomas Pozorski, Richard Burger, Carlos Williams, Paul Kosok, Friedrich Engel, Roxana Gomez Cesar Cornejo, Alex Zuniga, Alejandro Chu, Alberto Bueno, Luis Guillermo Lumbreras, among others.

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Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC (November 24, 2014)

ISBN: 1635010888

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