King Tutankhamun

GPS for the Soul
As another ancient culture would say, in this case, Hellenic, "May her memory be eternal."
The WorldPost
The workers not only used epoxy glue to reattach the beard but scraped and damaged it while trying to remove traces of the adhesive, prosecutors said.
Culture & Arts
As we turn to 2016, we resolve to do more traveling, with an eye to experiencing the most spectacular, awe-inspiring artworks on the planet.
Science
The mask's beard snapped off during an attempt to clean the mask in October. Museum staff stuck it back on using epoxy, which
Science
A digital depiction of King Tut, showing his severe overbite. An international team of researchers studying King Tutankhamun
Science
A.R. Williams, a writer at National Geographic, noted that King Tut was buried in a linen cap, jewelry and layer upon layer
Culture & Arts
When this coronation image of Tutankhamun was made, the newly minted ruler was only six years old. "We see only the face
Science
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Tut experienced religious hallucinations, but it was
Culture & Arts
Although the Egyptian Museum has recovered many of the dozens of objects stolen from them in January, Hawass told El Mundo
Culture & Arts
Contradicting the claims of Egyptian antiquities chief Zahi Hawass, a member of a French archaeological expedition reports that the ancient burial ground of Saqqara has been vandalized by would-be robbers.
Denver
What do you do when you discover royalty has just taken up residence in the neighborhood?