(c. 4th century B.C.) A full-scale replica of the original relief from the throne of King Tut
Talented artisans captured every deeply carved detail in recreating this scene from the 3,500-year-old throne of King Tut in Cairo’s National Museum.
This high relief extends eight inches from the wall!
The image of Egypt’s boy king still lends its exotic mystery by way of the greatest of Egypt’s treasures—the lavishly decorated golden mask of Tutankhamen.