What Happened to the Sphinx's Nose?

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Damage to the Sphinx's nose implies that rods and chisels were used to purposefully destroy the nose of the Great Sphinx of Giza. It is said that the vandalism was performed by Muhammad Sa'im al-Dahr.
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