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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the throne of the throne of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores a piece of King Tutankhamun's collection at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP/
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores a piece of King Tutankhamun's collection at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores a piece of King Tutankhamun's collection at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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Egyptian archaeologists restore the coffin and mummy of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist check the mummy during restoration work on the coffin of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the throne of the throne of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the throne of the throne of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the throne of the throne of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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This picture taken on August 4, 2019 shows the gilded coffin of King Tutankhamun during a restoration process at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum of Cairo. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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This picture taken on August 4, 2019 shows the gilded coffin of King Tutankhamun during a restoration process at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum of Cairo. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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This picture taken on August 4, 2019 shows the gilded coffin of King Tutankhamun during a restoration process at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum of Cairo. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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This picture taken on August 4, 2019 shows the gilded coffin of King Tutankhamun during a restoration process at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum of Cairo. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the coffin of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the coffin of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the coffin of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP.
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An Egyptian archaeologist restores the coffin of King Tutankhamun at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum on August 4, 2019. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP
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This picture taken on August 4, 2019 shows the gilded coffin of King Tutankhamun during a restoration process at the conservation center in the Grand Egyptian Museum. For the first time since the tomb was discovered in 1922, the coffin was transported from King Tutankhamun's tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor to the Grand Egyptian Museum for an eight-month restoration process, before being displayed among his treasured collection at the museum. Tutankhamun is the formal name of the mummified pharaoh most tourists visiting Egypt's Valley of the Kings know as King Tut. Khaled DESOUKI / AFP

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