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The Treasures of King Tut
King Tutankhamen's Tomb
Tut’s Furniture for the afterlife Funerary bed in the form of a cheetah
Tut’s Furniture for the afterlife Tut’s throne King Tut’s Throne
Tut’s Furniture for the afterlife Tut’s perfume box
Tut’s Funeral Equipment Tut’s outer coffin
Tut’s Funeral Equipment Figure of Goddess Isis protecting Tut's shrine
Tut’s “Bling-Bling” Imagine wearing those on your ears!
Tut’s “Bling-Bling” Gold falcon pendant inlaid with semiprecious stones and light blue glass
Tut’s “Bling-Bling” Gold bangle with openwork scarab encrusted with lapis lazuli
King Tut’s Bling-Bling King Tut’s Lotus Cup –The Lotus Flower Symbolizes the mythical creation of Egypt
Tut’s other possessions Manolo Blahnik doesn’t even compare to these!
Tut’s other possessions Tutankhamun's ceremonial crook and flail
Tut’s other possessions Gold Gilded Wooden Chariot
Tut’s other possessions Dagger of hardened gold with inlaid semiprecious stones and glass
Mummification Materials Tools
King Tut’s Mummy
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