Princeton University Library's are filling up their coin collection shoe boxes with their newest edition, the Undeland Collection of Mamluk coins. The coins feature minted representations of various sultans of the Mamluk Sultanate who ruled Egypt from 1250 to 1516 before the Ottoman's took over. The coins are added to PUL's comprehensive collection of Mediterranean coins.
Once again, science and collector's have blundered in to Egypt, all collectory and wanting, and inherited another curse. Oh, there's no such thing as curses you say? Maybe you are living on DE NILE. River. And like, denial, like you say you don't believe but really... You know what? WHATEVER. Last guy who owned those coins? He dead. In the ground, dead. Of course, he lived a long and fulfilling life traveling the globe and his wife donated the coins, but still HE D-E-D, people. No more.
All I am saying is that at night, Princeton better count their security guards because once those sons of bitches start disappearing, the whole damn college is next.