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Tutankhamun Collection (page 6)

Tutankhamun, the legendary Pharaoh of ancient Egypt, continues to captivate us with his opulent treasures

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Ivory fan trimmed with ostrich feathers, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC

Ivory fan trimmed with ostrich feathers, from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Canopic chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC

Canopic chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC. Canopic chests contained the organs which had been removed during mummification: the lungs, liver, stomach and intestines

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Gold figure of King Tutankhamun standing on a reed boat and spearing fish, 14th century BC

Gold figure of King Tutankhamun standing on a reed boat and spearing fish, 14th century BC. Funerary object from the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Tomb of Tutankhamun, Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

Tomb of Tutankhamun, Karnak, Luxor, Egypt. The tomb of the 18th Dynasty Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC) in the Valley of the Kings

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Model boat with rigging, tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC

Model boat with rigging, tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC), discovered in the pharaohs tomb and today kept at the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Chest from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC

Chest from the tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC), discovered in the pharaohs tomb and today kept at the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Wooden chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC

Wooden chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, 14th century BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC), discovered in the pharaohs tomb and today kept at the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Replica canopic chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egypt

Replica canopic chest from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egypt
Replica canopic chest of gilded wood from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egypt. The original chest contained the organs which had been removed during mummification: the lungs, liver

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pectoral Plaque from the Tomb of Tutakhamun, New Kingdom, c1332BC-1323 BC

Pectoral Plaque from the Tomb of Tutakhamun, New Kingdom, c1332BC-1323 BC. Shows the Pharoah with on the left, the Vulture of Upper Egypt wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt and on the right

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt and two cartouches, Cairo, c14th century BC

Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt and two cartouches, Cairo, c14th century BC
Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt and the names of Tutankhamun in two cartouches, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, c14th century BC. The pendant is made of Gold and cloisone

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt, Tomb of Tutankhamun, c14th century BC

Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt, Tomb of Tutankhamun, c14th century BC
Pendant of the Vulture of Upper Egypt, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, c14th century BC. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pectoral from the tomb of Tutankhamun, c14th century BC

Pectoral from the tomb of Tutankhamun, c14th century BC. The Pharaoh is shown between Sekhmet (lion-headed goddess) and Ptah. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Canopic Jars from the Tomb of Tutankhamun

Canopic Jars from the Tomb of Tutankhamun. The heads represent the four protective goddesses Isis, Nephthys, Selket and Neith. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Protective goddess on the golden canopic shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo

Protective goddess on the golden canopic shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Tutankhamun reigned between 1361 BC and 1352 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Selket protective goddess guarding the Canopic Shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo

Selket protective goddess guarding the Canopic Shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Isis the protective goddess guarding the Canopic Shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo

Isis the protective goddess guarding the Canopic Shrine, Tomb of Tutankhamun, Cairo, The Egyptian Museum. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Detail of Chair from tomb of Tutankhamun

Detail of Chair from tomb of Tutankhamun. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Closeup of head of Tutankhamun as a child emerging from a lotus flower

Closeup of head of Tutankhamun as a child emerging from a lotus flower as the sun-god emerges from the flower as it opens its petals. The work was found at the entrance to the tomb of Tutankhamun

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Head of Tutankhamun as a child emerging from a lotus flower

Head of Tutankhamun as a child emerging from a lotus flower as the sun-god emerges from the flower as it opens its petals. The work was found at the entrance to the tomb of Tutankhamun

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Gold mask of Tutankhamun on the second coffin

Gold mask of Tutankhamun on the second coffin. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Gold mask of Tutankhamun on his mummy-case

Gold mask of Tutankhamun on his mummy-case. Tutankhamun reigned between 1336 BC and 1327 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pectoral jewel from the tomb of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC

Pectoral jewel from the tomb of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC. Pectoral showing Ptah, creator of the universe and patron of craftsmen, and his consort, Sekhmet, lion-headed goddess of war

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pectoral jewel from the treasure of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC

Pectoral jewel from the treasure of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC. A pectoral jewel showing Horus, the falcon-headed god, crowned with a sun disc (aten) with an ankh, the symbol of life

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Coffin of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, c1325 BC

Coffin of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, c1325 BC. Representation of the 18th dynasty Pharaoh Tutankhamun (reigned 1334-1325 BC) from the coffin containing his mummy

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Funerary mask of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, c1325 BC

Funerary mask of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, c1325 BC. The tomb of Tutankhamun (reigned 1334-1325 BC) was discovered in 1922. It contained thousands of objects including many made of gold

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Golden shrine of the Egyptian pharoah Tutankhamun, c1325 BC

Golden shrine of the Egyptian pharoah Tutankhamun, c1325 BC
Golden shrine of the Egyptian pharoah Tutankhamun, c1323 BC. Tutankhamun came to the throne as a young boy in 1333 BC. Although he only ruled for 10 years Tutankhamun is one of the best known Ancient

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Gold sarcophagus of King Tutankamun, 18th dynasty, c1323 BC

Gold sarcophagus of King Tutankamun, 18th dynasty, c1323 BC
Gold sarcophagus of King Tutankamun, 18th dynasty, Ancient Egypt, c1323 BC. Tutankhamun came to the throne as a young boy in 1333 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Howard Carter at the entrance to Tutankhamuns tomb, Luxor, Egypt, 1922-1923

Howard Carter at the entrance to Tutankhamuns tomb, Luxor, Egypt, 1922-1923. The discovery of Tutankhamuns tomb in the Valley of the Kings in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter (1874-1939)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Gold and lapis lazuli funerary mask of Tutankamun, King of Egypt, mid 14th century BC

Gold and lapis lazuli funerary mask of Tutankamun, King of Egypt, mid 14th century BC. Tutankhamun came to the throne as a young boy in 1333 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Tomb of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC

Tomb of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC. Sarcophagus containing the gold coffin of the pharaoh Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC) which held his mummy. From the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Pectoral showing the god Horus, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC

Pectoral showing the god Horus, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC. A pectoral jewel of gold, semi-precious stone and faience showing Horus, the falcon-headed god

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Model of a boat, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC

Model of a boat, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC), discovered in the pharaohs tomb and today kept at the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Ivory headrest supported by a figure, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC

Ivory headrest supported by a figure, Ancient Egyptian, 18th Dynasty, c1325 BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Model of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun on a reed boat spearing fish, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC

Model of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun on a reed boat spearing fish, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC. From the Treasure of Tutankhamun (ruled 1333-1323 BC)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Painted and inlaid coffer from the Treasure of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC

Painted and inlaid coffer from the Treasure of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, c1325 BC. A coffer decorated with a scene of a king in a war chariot

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Golden throne of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, 14th century BC

Golden throne of Tutankhamun, Ancient Egyptian, 18th dynasty, New Kingdom, 14th century BC. This panel is from the back of a throne belonging to the Pharaoh Tutankhamun (d c1323 BC)

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Model boat, Ancient Egyptian, 14th century BC

Model boat, Ancient Egyptian, 14th century BC. From the tomb of Tutankhamun (d1323 BC), Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty. It is preserved in the Cairo Museum, Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Golden sarcophagus of the Egyptian Pharoah Tutenkhamen, c1325 BC

Golden sarcophagus of the Egyptian Pharoah Tutenkhamen, c1325 BC
Guardian figure on the Golden sarcophagus of the Egyptian Pharoah Tutankhamun, c1325 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Golden sarcophagus of the Pharoah Tutenkhamen, c1325 BC

Golden sarcophagus of the Pharoah Tutenkhamen, c1325 BC
Golden sarcophagus of the Pharoah Tutankhamun, c1325 BC

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Ancient Egyptian jewellery from Tutankhamuns tomb

Ancient Egyptian jewellery from Tutankhamuns tomb
Ear-ornaments from the tomb of Tutankhamun (reigned 13321323 BC), as discovered by Howard Carter among others in 1922 in the Valley of Kings

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Panel from the back of a throne of Tutankhamun

Panel from the back of a throne of Tutankhamun
Panel from the back of the golden throne of Pharao Tutankhamun (reigned 13321323 BC), as discovered by Howard Carter among others in 1922 in the Valley of Kings

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Painted wooden chest from Tutankhamuns tomb

Painted wooden chest from Tutankhamuns tomb
A wooden chest covered in plaster from the tomb of PharaoTutankhamun (reigned 13321323 BC) as discovered by Howard Carter among others in 1922 in the Valley of Kings

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Head of Hathor as cow from grave of Tutankhamun. Egypt

Head of Hathor as cow from grave of Tutankhamun. Egypt
Egyptian Art. Head of Hathor as cow from grave of Tutankhamun. Golden wood. 18th Dynasty. New Empire. Luxor Museum. Egypt

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Tutankhamuns ivory fan with ostrich feathers

Tutankhamuns ivory fan with ostrich feathers
Tutankhamuns fan with ostrich feathers. It has a beautifully decorated ivory handle and the original feathers collected by Tutankhamun on his hunting expeditions

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Painted chest depicting a king on his chariot

Painted chest depicting a king on his chariot attacking an enemy. ca. 1340 BC. Detail, the Pharaoh fighting against the Nubians. Found at the Treasure of Tutankhamun. Painted wood

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Egypt Cairo Museum Tutankhamun 3rd innermost

Egypt Cairo Museum Tutankhamun 3rd innermost
Egypt. Cairo. Museum. Tutankhamuns 3rd innermost coffin; canopic shrine. 1934, Egypt, Cairo

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Cairo Museum Statue Tutankhamun royal headress

Cairo Museum Statue Tutankhamun royal headress
Cairo. Museum. Statue of Tutankhamun, royal headress. 1934, Egypt, Cairo

Background imageTutankhamun Collection: Tutankhamun. The Solid Gold Portrait Mask Which Covered The Head Of The Young Pharaohs Mummy

Tutankhamun. The Solid Gold Portrait Mask Which Covered The Head Of The Young Pharaohs Mummy. Egyptian Pharaoh Of The 18th Dynasty, Ruled C. 1332 Bc - 1323 Bc




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Tutankhamun, the legendary Pharaoh of ancient Egypt, continues to captivate us with his opulent treasures. One of the most iconic artifacts is the Gold Mask of Tutankhamun, housed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. Crafted with meticulous detail and adorned with precious jewels, this mask symbolizes the grandeur and power of a bygone era. The Tomb of Tutankhamun, dating back to the 14th century BC in Quena, Egypt, serves as a testament to his significance in history. Inside lies his magnificent sarcophagus that once held his mummified remains. The intricate carvings and elaborate decorations on this sacred vessel reflect the reverence bestowed upon him as a divine ruler. Amongst Tutankhamun's treasured possessions were two daggers—one crafted from gold and another from iron—representing both wealth and strength. These royal weapons exemplify his authority over Egypt during his reign. Exploring further into Tutankhamun's tomb reveals an enchanting world filled with golden shrines dedicated to various deities. One such shrine depicts Isis, goddess of magic and healing. This discovery showcases not only Tutankhamun's devotion but also provides valuable insights into religious practices during that time. In addition to these remarkable findings within his tomb, we catch a glimpse into everyday life through exquisite relics like a gold-plated throne featuring Queen Ankhesenamun assisting her husband with personal grooming rituals—a touching portrayal of their intimate bond. A painted ivory plaque discovered atop a coffer lid transports us to an idyllic garden scene where Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun are depicted together—an artistic representation of their love amidst lush surroundings. Tutankhamun's legacy lives on through these extraordinary artifacts found throughout North Africa's Valley of the Kings in Thebes.