Oooh, now you are one lucky nigga You gotta listen to your boss white boy Oh I'm gonna walk in the middle of the night with you You wanna hold my hand? I need a hundred black coffins for a hundred bad men A hundred black graves so I can lay they ass in I need a hundred black preachers, with a black sermon to tell From a hundred black bibles, while we send them all to hell I need a hundred black coffins, black coffins, black coffins oh, lord! I need a hundred black coffins, black coffins, black coffins oh, lord!
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Egyptian antiquities officials have announced the discovery of at least ancient coffins, some with mummies inside, and about 40 gilded statues in a vast Pharaonic necropolis south of Cairo. Sealed sarcophagi and statues that were buried more than 2, years ago were displayed in a makeshift exhibit at the feet of the famed Step Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara. Archaeologists opened a coffin inside which was a well-preserved mummy wrapped in cloth. They also carried out X-raying visualising the structures of the ancient mummy, showing how the body had been preserved. The tourism and antiquities minister, Khaled el-Anany, told a news conference that the items date back to the Ptolemaic dynasty that ruled Egypt for some years from about BC to about 30BC , and the Late Period BC. He said they would move the artefacts to at least three Cairo museums including the Grand Egyptian Museum that Egypt is building near the famed Giza Pyramids. He said they would announce another discovery at the Saqqara necropolis later this year. The find at the famed necropolis is the latest in a series of archaeological discoveries in Egypt.
These coffins rapidly achieved popularity abroad after they began to be presented as artwork in international exhibitions, and caught the interest of mass media. It also explores the way in which new media Wikipedia first, then YouTube and Facebook have given coffin producers a degree of visibility that has in turn prompted them to develop new and more effective working strategies. Moreover, the experience of digital images has deeply transformed the production process, from creative modelling to reproduction techniques. I have had the opportunity to deal with other relevant aspects—social, historical, symbolic, etc. If in this context the question of art and aesthetics is of crucial significance from the political standpoint Amselle 17 , one must consider a series of other elements which, intertwined in various ways, have contributed strongly to the life and transformation of these artefacts. As reported by Eric Adjetey Anang 4 , grandchild of Kane Kwei and now owner and manager of the workshop inherited from his grandfather:. Jean-Michel Rousset 5 with a friend of his helped me create a page on Wikipedia. A short text, in French at the beginning, with pictures and links was inserted. I can say that since then it's thanks to the Wikipedia page that the majority of tourists visit my workshop.