s a member ofthe international consortium involved in protecting, preserving, documenting, excavating, and publishing the amazing painted tomb discovered in Bayt Ras, Jordan, in 2016, I was pleased to have some information about the tomb and images fromits walls presented to the readership of the magazine (“The Founder’s Tomb,” March/April 2020). However, we wish that those responsible for the ongoing work in the tomb had received proper acknowledgment in the article. Due to the nature of this site

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