Ten Commandments Archaeological Site

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By kjfitz @ 2005-08-01 22:59:05
Under the sand in the Nipomo dune field is the Egyptian set from Cecil B. DeMille's epic movie "The Ten Commandments," dynamited and buried there by the crew after shooting ended in 1923. 1,600 workers were employed to build the plaster and wood set for the month-long shoot, a set which included an avenue of 21 sphinxes, four 35-foot tall Pharaoh statues, and 110-foot tall gates. Strong winds across the coastal dunes are gradually exposing the remains.
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albinoflea picture
@ 2005-08-01 23:12:11
Typo in name: should be Archaeological
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@ 2005-08-01 23:29:49
Oops. Thanks!
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@ 2005-08-02 12:24:17
Is it really archeological if it is only from 1956? Besides, the name might suggest that this is the site of the biblical ten commandment tablets!
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@ 2005-08-02 12:38:20
"Huh? What is this? It can't be!"



"Oh, I see. Cute. Hmmm, interesting too."
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@ 2011-03-26 21:45:05
it is from 1923 not 1956, the remake was 1956