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French experts restore three Sudanese relics (1/4)

2019-09-20 14:11:30 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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Marc Maillot, director of the French archaeological unit in Sudan, stands next to an ancient wall painting displayed at the National Museum of Sudan in Khartoum on September 19, 2019. A team of French diggers has restored three Sudanese artefacts, including a 3,500-year-old wall relief, and handed them to the African country's national museum, a French archaeologist said. For decades international archaeologists have worked extensively in Sudan, proving that the northeast African country has its own wealth of ancient relics and was not merely a satellite of neighbouring Egypt. (Photo/Agencies)

A visitor looks at a wall relief inscription, discovered at the temple of Soleb, on display at the National Museum of Sudan in Khartoum on September 19, 2019. A team of French diggers has restored three Sudanese artefacts, including a 3,500-year-old wall relief, and handed them to the African country's national museum, a French archaeologist said. For decades international archaeologists have worked extensively in Sudan, proving that the northeast African country has its own wealth of ancient relics and was not merely a satellite of neighbouring Egypt. (Photo/ Agencies)

A stela, discovered at Sedeinga pyramids, is displayed at the National Museum of Sudan in Khartoum on September 19, 2019. - A team of French diggers has restored three Sudanese artefacts, including a 3,500-year-old wall relief, and handed them to the African country's national museum, a French archaeologist said. For decades international archaeologists have worked extensively in Sudan, proving that the northeast African country has its own wealth of ancient relics and was not merely a satellite of neighbouring Egypt.(Photo/ Agencies)

A wall relief inscription, discovered at the temple of Soleb, is displayed at the National Museum of Sudan in Khartoum on September 19, 2019. A team of French diggers has restored three Sudanese artefacts, including a 3,500-year-old wall relief, and handed them to the African country's national museum, a French archaeologist said. For decades international archaeologists have worked extensively in Sudan, proving that the northeast African country has its own wealth of ancient relics and was not merely a satellite of neighbouring Egypt. (Photo/ Agencies)

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