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Monday, 2 September 2019

National Geographic museum in Washington DC displays Cleopatra’s perfume

You can now smell Ancient Egypt: The National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC is displaying the Mandzian fragrance of Queen Cleopatra, after scientists found a sticky substance in the Tel Tamai area near Cairo, and recreated it using ancient manuscripts, according to this BBC clip (watch, runtime: 02:10).

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