It’s like a plot from Mr. Bean: Cleaners break a priceless museum artifact and then secretly try to piece it together. That scenario was all too true in the case of Tutankhamun’s golden mask. After eight weeks of intensive work by an Egyptian and a German team, the ancient Egyptian boy king has his beard back with the aid of a little beeswax. Here’s more from Yasser Hakim from the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo.
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