Treasures From King Tut’s Tomb On Display For The First Time Since Their Discovery

by on November 21, 2017

Almost a century after the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, the teenage pharaoh continues to teach Egyptologists about how the rulers lived and died, as new treasures from the tomb have been revealed, IFL Science reports. After being packed up by Howard Carter following the monumental discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, a host of embossed gold applications – which are thought to have once been decorative fittings for bow cases, quivers, and bridles – have only now been studied and put on display. For close to a century, these artifacts remained in the same box they were first stashed in, squirreled away in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. After careful conservation work, researchers have…
WN.com – International English News

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