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Topic - Amnon Ben-Tor
"It is also the only sphinx of this particular king known, not even in Egypt was a sphinx of that particular king found," he added.
"This is the only monumental Egyptian statue ever found in the Levant — today's Israel, Lebanon, Syria," said Amnon Ben-Tor, an archaeology professor at the Hebrew University in charge of the dig in Tel Hazor.