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Archaeologists and restoration specialists from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have added their expertise to the conservation of Theban Tomb 39, in Luxor, Egypt, helping to return fragments of reliefs to their correct location to aid further understanding of a funerary complex that functioned as a place of pilgrimage for over three thousand years.
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