Egypt displays previously unseen King Tut artifacts


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 Egypt displays previously unseen King Tut artifacts

An Ancient Egyptian artefact, gold sheet depicting Tutankhamun smites a Nubian captive in the presence of Queen Ankhesenamun, displayed in a glass case during the opening of the exhibition entitled Tutankhamun's Unseen Treasures marking the 115th anniversary of the Egyptian museum in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Egypt has displayed for the first time some previously unseen artefacts of the Pharaoh, famous for his tomb full of golden treasures. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
By: Associated Press

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