King Tut lives

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King Tut lives

Egyptian pharaoh comes to life at San Diego exhibit
The gold coffin of the Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamun is one of more than 1,000 artifacts in the exhibition “The Discovery of King Tut” at the San Diego Natural History Museum. An international team of experts spent five years creating a collection of facsimile artifacts that tour the world. The exhibit will run through April 26.
A gold replica of King Tut rides atop a leopard.
The iconic, widely recognized burial mask of Tutankhamun weighs 24 pounds. It is not his likeness.
One of several royal chariots for use by the pharaoh.
Gilded shrines protected the mummified remains of Tutankhamun.
The solid-gold coffin that contained the mummy of Tutankhamun.
Sandals made for the pharaoh.

King Tut lives

The gold coffin of the Egyptian pharaoh King Tutankhamun is one of more than 1,000 artifacts in the exhibition “The Discovery of King Tut” at the San Diego Natural History Museum. An international team of experts spent five years creating a collection of facsimile artifacts that tour the world. The exhibit will run through April 26.
A gold replica of King Tut rides atop a leopard.
The iconic, widely recognized burial mask of Tutankhamun weighs 24 pounds. It is not his likeness.
One of several royal chariots for use by the pharaoh.
Gilded shrines protected the mummified remains of Tutankhamun.
The solid-gold coffin that contained the mummy of Tutankhamun.
Sandals made for the pharaoh.
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