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King Tutankhamen's Collection (ca.1350 B.C)
King Tutankhamen's Collection (ca.1350 B.C)
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Cairo Egyptian Museum
Ancient Egypt

Nouvel Empire (approx. from 1570 to 1085 B.C.)
XVIIIème dynastie (approx. from 1550 to 1320 B.C.)

Area related : Vallée des Rois


The tomb of this young king was discovered in the Valley of the Kings on the West Bank at Luxor in 1922. It was the only royal tomb, which escaped from tomb robbers.

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About 3500 pieces were found here. Most of the objects were made of gilded wood, inlaid with semi-precious stones, and others were made of solid gold. The contents and splendor of this young king's tomb amazed and awed the whole world. (Corr.45, 40,35,30,25, 20,15,10, 9,8,7 and room no.3)
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Vase à parfum symbolisant l'Union des Deux Terres
Vase à parfum
XVIIIème dynastie
Sizes : 36 cm x 71 cm x 19 cm
Vase à parfum
Vase à parfum
XVIIIème dynastie
Vase à parfum
Vase à parfum
XVIIIème dynastie
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