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Did Hussein Abdel-Rassoul find King Tut's tomb?

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Hi:

You might find it interesting to take a look at a recently available book, The Complete Tutankhamun by Nicholas Reeves, published by Thames and Hudson. This work is a new and updated edition of his earlier publication with the same title. You should take a look at it, especially pp. 83, 96-97, and 461, where the author provides some information on the family and individuals you are interested in.

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David Silverman
Eckley B. Coxe, Jr. Curator-in-Charge
Egyptian Collection, Penn Museum

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David Silverman joined Penn’s faculty in 1976. He received his undergraduate degree in art history from Rutgers University in 1966 and his Ph.D. in Near Eastern languages and civilizations from the University of Chicago in 1975.

Silverman has received many awards and distinctions, including grants from the National Foundation for the Humanities, Penn Research Foundation grants, and the Athenaeum Society of Philadelphia Literary Award. A prolific writer, Silverman has published many books, articles, and reviews, and he has presented his papers at professional meetings throughout the world. He has completed extensive fieldwork in Egypt and has served as a curator for many exhibits of Egypt and the ancient world for major museums in the United States.

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