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    • Lascaux Cave

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    • Entrance to cave in 1940. From right to left: Leon Lavel, Marcel Ravidat, Jacques Marsal, Abbe Breuil
    • Tomb of Tutankhamen

    • New Kingdom Egyptian
    • Howard Carter and his colleagues after opening wall between the antechamber and burial chamber, February 1923. Outermost shrine visible. Excavation photograph
    • Tomb of Tutankhamen

    • New Kingdom Egyptian
    • Innermost shrine. Excavation photograph opening the doors of the shrine which contained the sarcophagus of Tutankhamen
    • Tomb of Tutankhamen

    • New Kingdom Egyptian
    • Top: Howard Carter rolls back the pall over the outermost coffin of Tutankhamen within the stone sarcophagus. Bottom: View of the exposed outermost coffin within the stone sarcophagus
    • Tomb of Tutankhamen

    • New Kingdom Egyptian
    • Howard Carter opening the door of the second of four nested shrines in the burial chamber of Tutankhamen's tomb
    • Tomb of Tutankhamen

    • New Kingdom Egyptian
    • Excavation photograph. Innermost coffin open. Dr. Derry makes the first cut into the wrappings of Tutankhamen's mummy.
    • Dig at the La Sena Marr Site (Medicine Creek Reservoir).

    • Dig La Sena Marr Site Medicine Creek Reservoir Archeologists cultural remains shores Frontier County butchering marks rivs ca. 18,000 B.P. Native Americans Indians artifacts Boucsubsistence hunting food
    • Archaeologists from the University of Nebraska State Museum and the Bureau of Reclamation excavate the La Sena mammoth site in a sheer loess bank at Medicine Creek Reservoir in Frontier County. Unusual fracture patterns in the 18,000-year-old...
    • Historical Society excavates at Patterson site.

    • Historical Society excavates Patterson site artifacts Indian Native American Archeology Archeologist finds dig Sarpy County Bouc
    • Volunteers supervised by State Historical Society archaeologists investigate the ruins of a Village Farmer house on a ridege overlooking the lower Platte River in Sarpy County.

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