Forgotten Siena’s reputation restored
THE BIG noise might be down the river in Docklands as the Tutankhamen jamboree hits town (King Tut tissue box covers or sarcophagus CD rack anyone?), but up west there is another story of a lost dynasty, rediscovered by diligent forensic work and a desire to reunite the elements of a great overshadowed civilisation, writes Neville Smith.
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