Have you seen any of these Egyptian treasures?
Tutankhamun reigned Egypt for only 10 years, until he died at the age of 19 in 1324 BC. The young king's tomb was discovered in 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter.
This stunning scarab bracelet was found within Tutankhamun's shrine. The beautiful gold and lapis lazuli bracelet exemplifies Egyptian jewellery.
Meidum is Egypt's first straight-sided pyramid, according to legend. As a result, it was nicknamed "the collapsing pyramid" since it was not structurally sound.
This Temple is one of Egypt's famous sanctuaries. Initiated by Amenhotep III and Ramesses II in 1400 BC, Tutankhamun and Alexander the Great are supposed to have added to the construction.
We owe a lot to the Ancient Egyptians, including their magnificent pyramids and temples. This ancient society allegedly invented makeup, toothpaste, clocks, and calendars.
The majestic Temple of Edfu is possibly Egypt's best-preserved sanctuary. The sanctuary, known as Temple of Horus, was built between 237 & 57 BC and remained buried for two centuries.
Egypt reopened this remarkable pyramid to the public in 2019 after 60 years. The 4,600-year-old Bent Pyramid is located in Dashur, on the outskirts of Cairo.
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