King Tut Coffin Egyptian Incense Burner 11LPN# 7521
The boy pharaoh King Tutankhamun ruled Egypt for a very short time (New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, 1336/5-1327 BC) but his legacy lives on. The stunning sarcophagus and death mask are probably the most famous works of art from the boy-king Tutankhamen's tomb. Discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter, the burial site reveals the attention given to the deceased as a place for the ka or soul to return. Preserved by a lengthy mummification process, the body was embalmed under the supervision of a priest for over a month in a special solution and the organs were removed for special preparation.
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