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Opinion: Viewpoint: Missing cladding of Cairo’s pyramids

Cintec’s Managing Director Peter James has been involved in the restoration of some of Egypt’s oldest structures for the past 14 years. He explains why the missing cladding from Cairo’s ancient pyramids may not be down to opportunist thieves after all...

Author(s): P. James (Cintec)