The smile that lasted 3,000 years – King Tut’s mummy goes on display for first time | Daily Mail Online

The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tut's mummy goes on display for first time

Facts About King Tut -Often described as the 'Boy King of Egypt', King Tutankhamun ruled the empire for a very short term. It is believed that his reign was too short and uneventful to leave a mark in the history of ancient Egypt. However, with the discovery of his tomb and its fabulous treasures, the Pharaoh's name became famous overnight. The 3000-year-old mummy was the only clue to the life and death of King Tutankhamun

Surprising Facts About the Boy Pharaoh King Tutankhamun

Facts About King Tut -Often described as the 'Boy King of Egypt', King Tutankhamun ruled the empire for a very short term. It is believed that his reign was too short and uneventful to leave a mark in the history of ancient Egypt. However, with the discov

Hatshepsut, Egypt, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Osiris statue face of Hatshepsut, statue, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, painted limestone, colossal, false beard, red crown

Limestone statue of woman with four royal children, New Kingdom

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Tutankhamun's funeral mask in solid gold inlaid with semi-precious stones and glass-paste, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt.

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Eyes of Horus and Ra. Two ancient Egyptian deities. The eye of Horus symbolizes protection, royalty, and good health. The eye of Ra symbolizes good luck.

Tutankhamun's funeral mask in solid gold inlaid with semi-precious stones and glass-paste, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Tutankhamun's funeral mask in solid gold inlaid with semi-precious stones and glass-paste, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun, discovered in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt.

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Obelisks @ Karnak how did they reach the tip to design the art, and why is there an emoticon bottom left

Nefertiti

The Ring Road at Cairo's International Film Festival.]I came away from the film impressed with Ezzat’s deft touch, his clear visual imprint and the acting strength of his semi-obscure cast"

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