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THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMEN
The Burial Chamber It’s the only room in the entire structure that is decorated 3 pictures of Tutankhamen are seen as well as Osiris performing the ‘opening of the mouth’ ceremony.
Shabti Shabti means “answerers” There were 413 shabti in Tutankhamens tomb Only 29 of them were inscribed
Goddess Isis She is extended her arms across one of the sides of the canopic chest in a scene of protection
Statue of Selkis A statue made of guilded wood One of the 4 protective deities of the Canopic shrine
Life Sized Statues 2 life sized statues that stood guard at the door to the burial chamber Made of wood, painted with black resin and overlaid with gold
The Royal Throne This is the back panel of the Golden throne Made of wood, covered with sheet gold and adorned with semiprecious stones
Tutankhamen’s Mask Made of solid gold Had the function of magically protecting him Weighs 10kg Decorated with semiprecious stones and coloured glass
The Third Coffin Made of solid gold, 110.4kg, 188cm in length
Jewellry Pectoral of the sun god represented by both the scarab and the falcon which are fused as one. The eye of Horus represents the moon
A large corselet found amongst furniture It is the God Amun Ra receiving Tutankhamen
Goddess Sekhmet One of the 4 goddesses protecting the canopic chest of Tutankhamen
King Tutankhamen A statue of Tutankhamen being carried by a tiger. It represents the pharaohs ability to rule over all things in life
The Sun The sun above the golden coffin
Canopic Chest The 4 jars within the canopic chest Made of stone and carved into the image of the 4 sons of Horus – protectors of the viscera
The Wooden Shrine It is covered with thick gold foil Originally contained a gold statuette of the pharaoh that was stolen
The Throne A full sized picture of the throne of Tutankhamen Wood with foil gold
Chests Made from alabaster, wood and other materials Painted with scenes from the kings life eg: riding chariots, hunting
Anubis Shrine The god of embalming In the shape of a jackal Guards the entrance to the treasury
Gold rings from the tomb
The protective eye of Horus
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