One hundred years ago, an archaeological team led by Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun and revealed many "wonderful objects".
One of the breathtaking artifacts found in Tutankhamun’s tomb is his golden throne made of gilded wood and decorated with colored glass and semi-precious stones.
Most likely, this piece represents Horus, the falcon-headed deity of power and kingship.
This fan originally held ostrich feathers attached to it.
A decade ago, Sahar Selim, a radiologist in the Egyptian Mummy Project, examined the fetuses.
The object is made of gilded wood inlayed with carnelian, obsidian, and colored glass.
Its small size indicates that it was used by Tutankhamun when he was a child.
Upon discovery, the box contained many items including two crooks and two flails.
This is one of two life-size guardian statues placed at the entrance of Tutankhamun’s Burial Chamber.
Howard Carter's discovery of the ancient Egyptian tomb of Pharaonic King Tutankhamun sparked global fascination in 1922.
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