Collission of curses

Another example of the malediction upon this group, Mr. Mohammed Mehri, director of the Department of Egyptian Antiquities at the Museum of Cairo, died suddenly from a cerebral hemorrhage, shortly after having signed an agreement in 1967 with the French Government, which set out the terms by which the treasure of Tut Ankh Amon would leave Egypt for the banks of the Seine, the exposition which would take place at the Petit Palais in Paris lasted several weeks and allowed, it will be remembered, more than a million visitors to stand face to face with the golden mask of the mummified Pharaoh.

Coincidence or collision of curses, the successor of the unfortunate government employee had just become victim of another “accident,” under the same conditions and for the same reasons. We are talking about Mr. Gamal Mehrez of whom the newspapers recorded the death in February of 1972: he had just signed an agreement concerning the exposition of Tut Ankh Amon which was to be organized in London in the near future, when he was struck down by a cerebral hemorrhage.

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