During the reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, a stream of plundered trophies and captives came from the east. Egypt was once again a prosperous and open society where art flourished. The central image of the works was the Theban god Amon.
Contemporaries were struck by the luxury of Tutankhamun’s tomb, where 5 thousand valuable things were found. The pyramid was built in the “Valley of the Kings” near Thebes at a depth of 4 meters underground.
In a massive quartzite sarcophagus there were 3 coffins, the last one made of gold of the highest standard. In the storeroom there were 3 royal boxes, chests with jewels; armchairs, throne, chariots and chests. The entrance to the chambers was “guarded” by 2 golden statues of a pharaoh with a mace.
Compared to the “modest” tomb of Tutankhamun, the most luxurious underground palace was the tomb of Ramses II (1224 BC).
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