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Egyptian amulet A gold fish pendant, with a coloured stone as its body. This example is now in the British Museum in London.

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The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tut's mummy goes on display for first time

King Tut Sarcophagus | The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tuts mummy goes on display. The Pharaoh ruled until the age of 19, when he died.

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Explore the world of Ancient Egypt by playing the terrific games shared by the Museum of Scotland: Egyptian tomb adventure, Land of the Egyptians, Dress like an Egyptian, Egyptian hieroglyphics and Temple stores game

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Statue of Hathor from the tomb of Psammetik Saqqara Necroplis Egypt Egyptian civilisation Saite Period Dynasty XXVI Detail Cairo Egyptian Museum

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The most mysterious sarcophagus in the Museum of Cairo, it is believed to be the coffin of the long-searched for Akenaten. It has a commoner's wig, but has been fitted with a beard and uraeus (strong indication of a royal). Found in January 1907 in tomb 55 by Theodore Davis and Edward R. Ayrton, the names on the sarcophagus have been erased. Click to read more...

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Swivel ring with wedjat amulet-gold and lapis lazuli-21th dynasty-reign of Psusennes I cairo egyptian museum-swivel ring with wedjat amulet

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