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Golden chariot found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Excellent model of egyptian Chariot.

Howard Carter discovers the entrance to the tomb of Tutankhamun, November 1922

Howard Carter discovers the entrance to the tomb of Tutankhamun, November 1922

King Tut's tomb: Detail of Objects in the Antechamber (TAA18) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

King Tut's tomb: Detail of Objects in the Antechamber (TAA18) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

These golden sandals still covered the feet of Tutankhamun when Howard Carter unwrapped the mummy.

These golden sandals still covered the feet of Tutankhamun when Howard Carter unwrapped the mummy.

Lot of 3 Vintage 1920s Egyptian Lehnert & Landrock Photo Postcards of Ancient Pharaoh Tutankhamun Mysterious Treasures

Lot of 3 Vintage 1920s Egyptian Lehnert & Landrock Photo Postcards of Ancient Pharaoh Tutankhamun Mysterious Treasures Original Collectables

Lot of 3 Vintage 1920s Egyptian Lehnert & Landrock Photo Postcards of Ancient Pharaoh Tutankhamun Mysterious Treasures

Funeral Mask of King #Tutankhamun www.ngmnationalgeographic.com

Funeral Mask of King #Tutankhamun www.ngmnationalgeographic.com

The young king Tutankhamen was sent into the afterlife accompanied by his two tiny  daughters.

The young king Tutankhamen was sent into the afterlife accompanied by his two tiny daughters.

Detail of Tutankhamen’s Outermost Coffin, photographed by Harry Burton, 1926.  The golden vulture and cobra goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt were wrapped in a wreath of cornflowers clasped in olive leaves, which fell to pieces when it was removed, after 3,000 years.

Detail of Tutankhamen’s Outermost Coffin, photographed by Harry Burton, 1926. The golden vulture and cobra goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt were wrapped in a wreath of cornflowers clasped in olive leaves, which fell to pieces when it was removed, after 3,000 years.

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