Egypt puts restoration of King Tut’s golden coffin on display
05 August 2019 | 1:02 pm
At team of archaeologists are diligently working on restoring Tutankhamun's sarcophagus, putting their work-in-progress on display in Cairo. It's the first restoration of the coffin since it was discovered in 1922.
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