Vegas Casino To Fall Under New Egyptian Antiquities Law

Proposed new legislation to prevent the unauthorised exploitation of fake Egyptian artifacts abroad could mean that the Las Vegas Strip’s iconic Luxor hotel may have to abandon its famous exhibit of replica Egyptian antiquities, or pay a royalty to the Egyptian government.According to reports in the Las Vegas Sun, the Luxor’s famous audio-guided tour through a replica of Tutankhamen’s tomb may be threatened by the new law proposed by the head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, Zahi Hawass.

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