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Not everyone thrilled with Anubis statue at DIA
A 25-foot, 8 metre, Golden Anubis, the ancient Egyptian jackal-headed God of the Dead, passes under Tower Bridge in London. Monday Oct. 1, 2007. The model is to promote the 'Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs'' exhibition which will run in London from November 15th 2007 to August 30th 2008. (PA | Geoff Caddick)

Not everyone thrilled with Anubis statue at DIA
The Denver Post 06/10/2010

An art display constructed at Denver International Airport this month in conjunction with the new King Tut exhibit at the Denver Art Museum is stirring up controversy.

Residents such as Millie Lieberman of Denver are asking why officials selected Anubis, an early Egyptian god of the dead and a god of funerals, as a piece that welcomes people to the city.

"To me it's a very sick and poor representation of what we're all about here in Denver," Lieberman said.

The Denver Art Museum stands behind the statue and says that is not what it is supposed to represent.

"It's just a piece of art to celebrate the King Tut exhibit to the museum," said Andrea Folton, director of communications at the museum.

She said the statue has traveled across the nation for years and has appeared in several airports and landmarks.

Source: Not everyone thrilled with Anubis statue at DIA - The Denver Post

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