Tutankhamun bust


A lovely small bust in gold and black. Tutankhamun (pronounced Tutankhamen) is often called the Boy Pharaoh.  He was the last of his royal family to rule during the end of the 18th dynasty of the New Kingdom of Egyptian. His father was the pharaoh Akhenaten.  His tomb was famously discovered by Carter in 1922.  Remarkably the riches in this tomb had not been robbed out.  This image of the Sarcophagus mask of Tutankhamun is probably one of the most well-known images of Ancient Egyptian artefacts.  This resin bust is in gold and black.

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