Magic Chalice of King Tut 18th Dynasty Carved alabaster (calcite) The hidden scene becomes visible when lit. This side shows Ankhesenamum, Tut's wife, presenting him with two long palm branches symbolizing millions of years
The relief was originally unearthed in 1996 in King Teti’s royal tomb at the Saqqara necropolis by an Australian-Egyptian excavation mission. It includes a list of the sacred oils used in ancient Egypt including those used by the under-taker Anomeen.
The Bust of Nefertiti - the bust was discovered by a local workman attached to the team of German archaeologist, Ludwig Borchardt on the afternoon of the 6th December 1912, while they were excavating the remains of the deserted ancient city of Amarna, once the capital of the so called heretic Pharaoh Akhenaten and his Queen, Nefertiti.