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Tutankhamun's Tomb KV62 and Treasures

Tutankhamun's treasures from KV62 King Tut's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings have thrilled the world for 90 years. Discover them for yourself in this lens by Kate Phizackerley author of the popular News from the Valley of the Kings . Photo ©...
Michaela Whitney
Michaela Whitney • 2 years ago

Alabaster perfume bottle from the tomb of Tutankamun's KV62

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