All 5,000 Objects Found Inside King Tut's Tomb Will Be Displayed Together for the First Time | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

All 5,000 Objects Found Inside King Tut's Tomb Will Be Displayed Together for the First Time

For the first time ever, all 5,000 items that were found inside King Tut's tomb, first discovered in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter, will be on view, during the grand partial opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum in early 2018. One third of these artifacts have been featured previously at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, Cairo—but the GEM plans to showcase them in an incredibly realistic manner that enables visitors to experence the inside of the original tomb just as it was.

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