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A close up on the face of Tutankhamun's death mask.

Tutankhamun Exhibition Highlights from the Saatchi Gallery, London

To mark the centenary of the opening of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 and the lead up to the opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo, a temporary exhibition, ‘Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh’, made up of 150 precious artefacts made a ‘final’ world tour. An extraordinary collection of objects from the Pharaoh’s tomb, 60 of which have never been seen outside of Egypt before. The touring exhibition stopped in Los Angeles, Paris and London, before its itinerary was halted in 2020 due to the global pandemic. The photographs on this page are show the highlights from the London exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.
A gold fan base with intricate detailed engraving of King Tut on a chariot.
Three white vases with intricate detailing in a glass case at the Saatchi gallery.
A close up of the detailing around the neck of a vase in the Tutankhamun exhibition.
A white calcite vase with intricate inlay decoration.
A white calcite vessel with hieroglyphic instriptions.

Archaeology Travel Writer

Sarah Nash

Sarah has a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Archaeology. Besides an interest in archaeology and history, Sarah is also a travel obsessed bookworm. Given her aim to get her children to be equally interested in history and travel, Sarah started our History with Kids series of articles. Sarah has also written about places and museums to visit in Salisbury and London.

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