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In this June 28, 2010 photo, Eric Rossi and John Diloszycki close the case on an Egyptian sarcophagus and mummy in Los Angeles in preparation for the opening of the new Mummies of the World exhibit at the California Science Center. The 45 mummies and 95 artifacts in the show come from 15 museums in seven countries, said Marc Corwin, CEO of American Exhibitions Inc. The show opens Thursday at the California Science Center, then will go on a three-year tour across the country. (AP Photo/Adam Lau)
Photo by: Adam Lau
In this June 28, 2010 photo, Eric Rossi and John Diloszycki close the case on an Egyptian sarcophagus and mummy in Los Angeles in preparation for the opening of the new Mummies of the World exhibit at the California Science Center. The 45 mummies and 95 artifacts in the show come from 15 museums in seven countries, said Marc Corwin, CEO of American Exhibitions Inc. The show opens Thursday at the California Science Center, then will go on a three-year tour across the country. (AP Photo/Adam Lau)

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