The smile that lasted 3,000 years - King Tut's mummy goes on display for first time
Hidden from the world for 3,000 years, the true face of Tutankhamun was revealed yesterday. Egypt's 'golden boy' will be on view to the world in a climate-controlled glass case in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings
Coffin of Bakenut, c. 1000-900 Bc
Egypt, Thebes 3rd Intermediate Period, late Dynasty 21 Gessoed and painted sycamore Cleveland Museum of Art This is one of the finest examples of painted wooden coffins made for the priests of Amen and their families at Thebes during Dynasty 21 and early 22. The pharaohs of this time were no longer buried in the Valley of the Kings, but instead built tombs in the Delta, far to the north, where they resided. Security was lax in the Theban necropolis. The coffins and funerary goods of the…
Guest Post - Paper Mache Mummy And Sarcophagus • Ultimate Paper Mache
Today's guest post is by Cory Triplett and his 6th grade class, who show us their paper mache mummy and sarcophagus, complete with step-by-step photos. (We
Coffin of Nesykhonsu
Egyptian coffins told stories and illustrated spells to help the deceased transition safely to the afterlife. Inside Nesykhonsu's coffin there are two jackals, one facing right and the other left,
20 Hime Cut Styles Making The World Go Gaga!
The hime cut (also known as the hime katto) is a princess cut that originated in the Japanese imperial court during the Heian period. Royals would grow out their hair but keep their bangs eyebrow-length, while their sidelocks were cut at cheek-length.
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