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The REAL face of King Tut: Pharaoh had girlish hips, a club foot and buck teeth according to ‘virtual autopsy’ that also revealed his parents were brother and sister With strong features cast in burnished gold, Tutankhamun’s burial mask projects an...

Tutankhamen's blue glass and gold headrest. This is called a yoke. It would usually be covered with a cushion, but it was not uncommon for these to be found on beds, for Ancient Egyptians to rest their head at night. It looks like the blue glass is trying to mimic lapez, making it a skeuomorph.

A Study of the Statue of Amenhemhatankh

Shabit of Tutankhamun Shabti - figurines, in the form of mummies, placed in an ancient Egyptian tomb to do any work that the dead person might be called upon to do in the afterlife

Fun Family Traditions for each month

Anubis,Egyptian God of the Dead guarding the Chest

10 Ways to Discipline Your Kids Without Yelling + Free Checklist

Do you find yourself yelling because your child disobeys time and time again? Here are 10 ways to get your kids to listen to you. Toddlers | Parenting | Motherhood | Fatherhood | Parenthood | Mommyhood | Gentle Parenting | Tips & Advice | Children | Childhood | Free Printable

Tomb Raider: #Tomb #Raider ~ A coffinette that held Tutankhamun's mummified liver. Seen at the Cairo Museum in 1984.

Amulet from Tutankhamun's tomb Ancient Egypt. The Egyptian Museum, Cairo Gold, wood, gems, 14th cen. BC

1922: The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb — in color

October 1925 Carter and a worker examine the solid gold innermost sarcophagus. IMAGE: HARRY BURTON (C) THE GRIFFITH INSTITUTE, OXFORD. COLORIZED BY DYNAMICHROME FOR THE EXHIBITION “THE DISCOVERY OF KING TUT” IN NEW YORK.