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Old 12-14-2009, 09:13 PM   #4
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I saw a mummy for the first time in The Charleston Museum,in South Carolina,when I was in my late teens.For people like me who don't get to see ancient Egyptian artifacts,or who get to travel around the world to see them,it's a great help to see them in a museum more close to home(not just see them in books or on television).The mummy I saw was an adult woman and probably not a very important person in ancient Egyptian history.So,in my opinion,people and artifacts that aren't very important to the major parts of history can be in museums around the world,and more important people and artifacts should stay in their own country,such as the Rosetta Stone.

Maybe they could even travel the Rosetta Stone,like they do King Tut.But that's just my suggestion on what they could do.
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