You might remember a story we put up some time ago about the mask of Tutankhamen being damaged and the beard breaking off as a result. The curators epoxied (yes they used epoxy) the beard back on leaving an unsightly join and damaging the mask. the German government offered to pay for repairs and a polish to fix the mask up. Attached below is a short video of the restoration crew working on the mask.
I currently work for the University of Melbourne Australia as an academic specialist - curriculum designer in the Faculty of Arts. Where I work with other academics, primarily in history, to advise and assist subject coordinators in redesigning subject syllabi, structures and teaching delivery. Previously I taught Ancient History and Classical Languages at another Australian university for seven years full-time. I have taught various aspects of Roman, Mycenaean and Greek history and created courses on Barbarian Europe, Terrorism and Rebellion in the Ancient World and Ancient Warfare.